About this Video
Award-winning photographer Doug Menuez documented Steve Jobs and the leading innovators of California’s Silicon Valley during the digital revolution as they invented the technology that would change our world forever.
Menuez will share eyewitness stories of the unknown sacrifice and relentless optimism of a secretive, brilliant tribe during those early and transformative days in the digital revolution. And there are significant lessons from this era that are relevant and inspiring for today’s innovators as we attempt to catch the next big wave of transformational technology development.
About the Speaker
Documentary photographer Doug Menuez began his career freelancing for Time, LIFE, Newsweek, USA Today, Fortune, and many other publications worldwide. Menuez has published four books, was featured in nine Day in the Life books, and won numerous awards. Menuez’ advertising campaigns include Chevrolet, Nikon, GE, Chevron, HP and Microsoft. His extensive archive of over a million images taken over thirty years was acquired by Stanford University Libraries in 2004. His project, Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985-2000 is now traveling worldwide as an exhibition of historic images of Silicon Valley’s greatest innovators, including Steve Jobs, behind the scenes as they changed the world.