In March 1975, Harold Jones was appointed first Director of the Center for Creative Photography. Using news clippings, snapshots, and his own recollections, Jones will present his account of the first years at the Center. (See video)
After his tenure as founding Director of the Center, Jones went on to establish the Photography Program at the University of Arizona Department of Art, where he taught for the next 30 years. Presently, he is Professor Emeritus and, since May 2005, he has been the volunteer archive assistant and coordinator of the Voices of Photography oral history project at the Center. Jones continues to be a constant student and practitioner of photography.