Avant-garde professional photographer and influential filmmaker in the 1930s. He examined picture taking at Dartmouth University and then had taken a job being a freelance professional photographer for marketers and periodicals. Among his perhaps most obviously functions was the 1936 film The Plow That Broke the Plains: a documentary about the dirt dish and 1938’s THE TOWN, that was a critically acclaimed film about NY. He was created and elevated in Cleveland, Ohio. His 1935 Pie in the Sky was the initial film done by Elia Kazan.