Lee Bey has had a distinguished career in the built environment as an architecture critic, mayoral advisor, adjunct professor and civic leader. But he is also a published and exhibited architectural photographer who has documented the city's mid-century modernist architecture. Bey shared his photography of the city's modernist architecture and discussed the importance of documenting this unique architectural style. The program was part of Lunch Talks @ CAF, a weekly lecture series that takes place every Wednesday at the Chicago Architecture Foundation.
Recorded live March 20, 2013 at the Chicago Architecture Foundation.