Captain Dale H. Dyer was a B-24 pilot over occupied Europe in WWII, flying a total of 26 missions. In 1947 he settled in the small north Georgia town of Blue Ridge, where his wife was from. He was interviewed on 8 September, 2017 at home.
Last fall I had the opportunity to contribute photographically to the Wings of Valor book project. It is an homage to the still-living men who downed at least five enemy aircraft during World War II…otherwise known as "aces." My assignment was to create portraits of two men in Georgia and South Carolina…Commander Leroy Robinson, and Commander Robert Maxwell.Read More
Recently, work began on a project that I’ve had in the back of my head for quite some time...that being to photograph WWII “bomber jackets”. More properly known as “A2” jackets, many have distinctive artwork on both sides, and of course are unique to their owners. As the horrors of WWII recede from memory, it seems to me that now, more than ever, is the time to remember the brave souls who sought to end this collective tragedy.Read More