i nervously stand in front of the door i then remind myself ''you can do this myles,its just an inteview''. i slowly open the i hear him say ''come in'', the old man says with a weak voice while sitting next the campfire in a chair. i walk to the chair and recompose myself. ''i tell myself in my head this is the biggest interview of my career i cant mess up''. i hear the old man ''ask me are ya done kiddo''. ''i tell him yes Mr.Hill'', i forget to mention his name is Jameson Hill one of the most rich and famous photographers in history. i look at Mr.Hill and then look at my cameraman dave and signal him to start recording . ''Good evening mr hill, he replies good evening to you too Myles.''What made you take this interview Mr.Hill.''What made me take the interview was that i have terminal cancer,I am sorry sir.''I just hope that my story reaches the younger generation.'' Well that goes to on to my next question what made you become a photographer was it money or is it just that you loved photography.'' see back when i was a child in 1919 i grew up in a family of photographers and camera sellers. so being in that family naturally fostered my love of camera's.so while growing up in arizona i took pictures of everything i saw, i truly believed i had a great childhood with loving parents. when did you start doing photography professionally i asked, he said 1930 i had moved to hollywood and started taking wedding photos along with working as a janitor on the side. i couldn't get a job in news because they didn't have an opening at the time. so when i started my wedding photo business it got a client once every few months. it started to pick up and it finally caught the eye of Mr.Gatsby the owner of the biggest film studio in hollywood. it was 1936 i was 26 it was then my business truly started up i got hundreds of clients a month. then in 1938 i sold my wedding photography bussiness, i opened my own photography studio and used the i saved money to travel the world. i came back to hollywood at the beggining of world war 2, i had returned to a studio on the verge of bankruptcy and climbing debt to al capone the mob boss. my cousin Terry who i had left in charge of my business told me the depression hit, ''the economy went to crap he says''. then i had decided that i would join up to fight the nazis, i thought a nearly bankrupt bussiness is better than a nazi america. then the war started and i got deployed the war changed made a heavy drinker and smoker .it also gave me ptsd so life after the war was difficult for a lot of vets like me. but it was 1946 when everything started to go downhill for me.