Sunday, July 09, 2006

Jeremy Lock:   Military Photographer of the Year

Jeremy Lock was born in Almagordo, N.M. on 19 Dec. 1970. He is currently a U.S. Air Force combat photojournalist stationed at Charleston Air Force Base, S.C. with the 1st Combat Camera Squadron and currently serving in Iraq. He is a two-time Military Photographer of the Year winner (2005 and 2002).

Lock has worked around the world with the military. His work has been published in Time and other national magazines as well as major newspapers across the United States including The New York Times, The LA Times and The Washington Times. His work has also been published in books including "The War in Iraq" and "A Day in the Life of the Military."

He also freelances for PBS. His latest work was a documentary titled "Slavery and the Making of America."

In addition to his winning portfolio, additional images can be seen at

Lock resides in Charleston, S.C., is single and has two sons Keatin, 10, and Koen, 8. He is working toward a bachelors degree in photojournalism from Syracuse University.

Please read Jeremy's interview.

Enough for now,

1 comment:

Tomas Stargardter said...


Your civil war project impressed me alot. How where the images created and proccesed?