"Julius Shulman: Desert Modern" focuses on Shulman's remarkable 70-year documentation of the renowned Mid-Century Modern architecture of the Palm Springs area. Shulman, at the ageg of 97, described with humor and insight his artistic intentions and the back-story to some of his most legendary photographs. he is joined by noted architectural historian Alan Hess and Michael Stern, co-authors of the book, "Julius Shulman: Palm Springs". Stern is also the curator of the "Julius Shulman: Palm Springs" exhibition which originated at the Palm Springs Art Museum in February 2008. The program showcases Shulman's inspired photography of the architecture of Richard Neutra, Albert Frey, John Lautner, E. Stewart Willliams, Palmer and Krisel and William Cody, among others. E. Stewart Williams' "Frank Sinatra House" is featured, as well as Richard Neutra's "Kaufmann House", one of the most famous homes in America, due largely to Shulman's iconic 1947 photograph.