Burk Uzzle's singular vision and dedication to the medium of photography led him from a small, homebuilt darkroom on his father's porch into the company and guidance of the 20th centuries most important photographers. Henri Cartier-Bresson, Cornell Capa, Rene Burri, and Elliot Erwitt were among his colleagues at Magnum; "F/11 and Be There" was a photographer's mantra Burk picked up during his time with that organization. Long before he joined Magnum, Burk's prowess with a camera was evident when in 1962, he became the youngest photographer hired by Life Magazine at the age of 23. His photograph of the couple embracing at Woodstock would go on to become the cover of the Woodstock album. His iconic photographs of Martin Luther King Jr., the civil rights movement, Cambodia, Vietnam, Haiti, Robert Kennedy, the south, segregation, southern poverty, contemporary portraiture and landscapes, and so many others have made Burk a touchstone in the history of photography and photojournalism. As ...