The Cameras That Made Walt Disney

I’m writing a profile of the Walt Disney Family Museum for the TEA’s annual Thea Awards and part of the process involves experiencing the museum.  My longtime photographer Joe Gutierrez and I had the pleasure of receiving an amazing private tour from Andi Wang, the museum’s Communications Coordinator.  During the tour, we noticed a number of cameras used throughout Walt Disney’s career and I asked Joe to photograph them all. 

Special thanks to Judy Rubin of the TEA and Marsha Robertson and Andi Wang of the The Walt Disney Family Museum for making this possible.  For more information on the Walt Disney Family Museum, which chronicles the life of the legendary filmmaker from his birth in 1901 to his death in 1966, visit

NOTES: Because museum glass is used on display cases, reflections will be seen in a number of photos.  If you are planning to visit these cameras, please note that the Walt Disney Family Museum does not permit photography of any kind for the general public.

Photos (C) Lenscap Photography

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