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William Heick
American 20th century Photographer
American, b. 1916
William Heick grew up in Kentucky, attended the University of Cincinnati, and served as a naval intelligence photographer during WWII. After the war, he studied photography and filmmaking at the California School of Fine Arts (now San Francisco Art Institute), where he worked in the photograph department founded by Ansel Adams and Minor White. As the director and chief cinematographer for the anthropology department at UC Berkeley, Heick worked extensively on an American Indian project sponsored by the National Science Foundation, producing several documentary films on the lives of Native American peoples.

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