Considered one of the foremost leaders in documentary filmmaking, D.A. Pennebaker single-handedly revolutionized the "Rock-umentary" art of filmmaking with such classics as "Don't Look Back" filmed in 1965 featuring a young Bob Dylan and the groundbreaking 1967 rock classic, "Monterey Pop" whose images of rock music legends have since burned indelibly upon the pop-cultural landscape of our society.

"People that make things happen...they don't really know what they're doing and
you have to watch and figure it out...I mean, it's really evolutionary, really, isn't it? 
- D.A. Pennebaker

Photographed in Pennebaker's home office
May 24, 2004, NYC


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