Quote Originally Posted by Merg Ross View Post
Nor could I, but was rewarded for contributing to the project. There are, by the way, none of Brett's photographs reproduced in the book. It is a tribute to Brett in writing, mostly by those who knew him early in his career --- the 40's, 50's and even the 60's when he was struggling to make a living. I recall in 1968 his print of Garrapata Beach was offered at the Focus Gallery in San Francisco for $45. I checked the print bin on every visit and it was still there, month after month.
Shawn, as an example of the contents of the book, Brett Weston at One Hundred, was this piece written by his longtime friend Richard Miller. It captures the early years I was speaking of in Brett's career, written with love and insight. I will attach it in case it is unfamiliar to you or other members of this forum.

Best,
Merg

http://www.richardcmiller.com/portfo...-a-friendship/