In the sixties, I lived in a apartment on Grand Avenue in San Francisco. As a fledgling photographer I shot these images of fellow resident Arthur Tress
. Today is today a noteworthy photographer, and in the sixties he influenced me onthe idea of photography as reportage and art by showing me the photos hehad taken around the world. Arthur taught me how to start developing myown film and making prints in a darkroom that he helped me set up in mycloset. Development trays were placed vertically because there wasn’troom to set them horizontally in the narrow closet. Thanks, Arthur. Theplace was called the Bachelor's Quarters.