Ken Dundas'​ Photography Honors Those Who Served in Vietnam


Veteran’s Day 2018 marks the centennial commemoration of the end of World War I. It’s a great opportunity to honor those who have fought and died for our Country. Today we pay tribute to those who’ve served by sharing a personal project from portrait photographer Ken Dundas. Dundas' moving body of work features a handful of aging Vietnam vets in their homes in rural East Pennsylvania. 
Well known for his visual anthropological reporting, Dundas felt it was important to show the veterans in their home environments. “My father-in-law and his buddies have colorful stories to tell. Their bond is tight given their common experience in Vietnam. I felt it was important to document their lives.”

Earlier this year Dundas travelled to central Washington state to photograph modern cowboys. “I enjoy photographing real people doing what they do. It’s much more interesting to me to show the world how real people live their lives than shooting people pretending to be something,” says Dundas. 

To see more from Ken online, visit www.kkdundas.com

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