After selling the office equipment business he had run for 14 years, Don Kreamer was unable to find a new job. He and his wife Sheyenne struggled with bills until finally they lost their home to foreclosure and must move out by January 31st. They took a break from packing [...]
In December of 2008 I photographed the deployment ceremony of Company D of the 1/252nd Combined Arms Battalion of the North Carolina National Guard, part of the 30th Heavy Brigade Combat Team, as they got ready to head out to Iraq.
This past weekend they returned home to [...]
A couple of months ago, M. Scott Brauer, an old friend of mine from NY who now lives and works in China, asked me if I would do an interview on my ongoing War at Home project for his and Matt Lutton’s blog dvafoto. I agreed and the interview has [...]
Remembering those who gave of themselves so all could be equal
I spent a couple of hours with Vince Spera and his family near Charlotte, NC the other day. Mr. Spera was one of the passengers on US Airways flight 1549 when it went down in the Hudson River a year ago today. Much has been written about the calmness of the pilots and [...]
Driving through south western North Carolina on assignment the other day, could not pass it up, it had to be 100 feet tall.
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