This video documents the memorial exhibition at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia, which celebrated the life and art of Fernando La Rosa (1943-2017). In the 1970’s Fernando opened Secuencia, a photography school and gallery in Lima, Peru. It was the first in Latin America to be dedicated to photopraphy. Fernando studied with photographer, Minor White, and hosted him in Peru. Through Fernando’s invitation, Aaron Siskind and Harry Callhan exhibited at Secuencia. He also curated the first solo exhibition in Lima, of the work of Peruvian photographer Martin Chambi. Fernando’s efforts resulted in photography being a major art form in Peru. After Secuencia, Fernando taught photography at Parsons in New York and their affiliated school in the Dominican Republic, where he met Frances, his wife of 32 years. He also taught at Tulane University and at Wesleyan College where he continued to teach until 2 weeks before his death. Fernando’s life was enriched by many things, but most especially the engagement with his students.