Frank Lloyd Wright's Buffalo (PBS)

Released: 09/04/2009

Frank Lloyd Wright's Buffalo (PBS)
Photo courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Frank Lloyd Wright was perhaps the greatest architect that America has ever produced but his genius was often overshadowed by scandal and tragedy. As friends and clients deserted him because of his scandalous lifestyle, one man, businessman Darwin Martin, stood by him and supported him both emotionally and financially for 30 years. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buffalo is the story of their long friendship – a friendship that began in 1902 and ended with Darwin Martin’s death in 1935.

Written, Produced and Directed by
Paul Lamont

Narrated by
David Ogden Stiers

Associate Producer 
Regina Ticco

Director of Photography
James P. Gribbins

Editor
Chris Bove

Original Music
Robert Volkman

Project Advisor
Jack Quinan, PhD 

For WNED
John Grant
David Rotterman 

Awards:  Cine Golden Eagle