Kept in mind for his use Disney, this American filmmaker aimed the Pinocchio and Dumbo cartoon features and created and/or directed some Academy Award-winning, nature-themed documentary motion pictures (Seal Island, Tolerate Country, The Living Desert, etc.). He started his profession in the first 1920s. His initial projects are the brief movies “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Zip” and “The Community Blacksmith.” He founded a museum honoring California millionaire Sam Brannan. He was created in Tacoma, Washington, and he afterwards resided in Sonoma State, California. He and Wilfred Jackson both aimed popular Disney films from the 1940s and 1950s (Jackson was among the directors of Cinderella).