"He has observed tribal rituals of African natives and battled minus-85 degree temperatures in Alaska. He's been buffeted by 60-foot waves in the North Sea and been blinded by the darkness of the Amazon jungle in Peru. All for the sake of visual recording. And he has photographed Luciano Pavarotti, Walt Disney, Robert Redford and a wealth of intriguing faces." ~ The Oklahoman
Jerry Poppenhouse became the most well-traveled photographer of the Phillips company's entire history. His adventures spanned decades and brought him to places that most Americans could never or would never see.
Don't miss this rare opportunity to hear eye witness accounts of China before it was opened to the West and understand the cultures of Africa from a historical perspective.
Jerry lectures and leads rousing lifelong learning sessions with his neighbors at The Park at Copper Creek, Chandler AZ.
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