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Dick Richards began his illustrious career in the 1960’s, becoming a world-renowned photographer and commercial director during the advertising revolution. His work captured the essence of American life, drawing inspiration from Norman Rockwell. His iconic photographs have been featured in prestigious institutions, including New York's Museum of Modern Art and the Smithsonian Institute. Richards worked with top clients, including Coca-Cola, Volkswagen, Polaroid, General Motors, Hertz, and Pepsi. His innovative style garnered numerous awards, including the coveted Cannes Lion, multiple Clio Awards, and New York Art Directors Awards, establishing him as a leading figure in the industry before he transitioned to filmmaking.

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