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Doug Menuez. A bold genius: the digital revolution in Silicon Valley 1985-2000

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Time Out says

For fifteen years, photographer Doug Menuez closely followed the day to day of a secret tribe of innovators in Silicon Valley. The project began in 1985, when Steve Jobs gave Menuez exclusive permission to shoot him at work, and that was subsequently extended to include other great minds of the time. In the end, Menuez had amassed total of 250,000 negatives documenting the universe that surrounded him in the 1990s during the rise of Silicon Valley.


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