The Passion Project Using Photography To Honor WWII Veterans

The passion project using photography to honor wwii veterans

NBC News published this video item, entitled “The Passion Project Using Photography To Honor WWII Veterans” – below is their description.

In 2019, Jeff Rease began “Portraits of Honor,” a passion project dedicated to honoring war veterans from World War II. The Alabama photographer takes as many photographs of our country’s heroes as possible before they’re all gone. Since beginning his project, Jeff took almost 300 portraits and ALSO traveled overseas to France and Germany. Jeff also interviews the veterans and posts their conversations to his YouTube channel for others to experience the remarkable stories.

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