David Hare grew up in New York and worked as a commercial photographer for several years. During the 1940s, he became involved with a group of surrealists who had fled European fascism, including André Breton, Marcel Duchamp, and Max Ernst.
Currently resides in Tempe, Arizona. Klett manages the Photography Collaborative Facility at the School of Art at Arizona State University.
Gutzon Borglum was known in the early twentieth-century art world as much for his fiery personality as for his monumental sculptures, including the carved portraits at Mount Rushmore.