A few weeks back we profiled Dickey Chapelle in our A Photographer You Should Know Series. We were contacted by filmmaker Michèle Midori Fillion about her film entitled “No Job For A Woman: The Women Who Fought To Report WWII.” The film makes its PBS debut on March 13, 2014 and you can click here to […]
Dickey Chapelle was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She went on to study at MIT, but left to work at a local airfield. Eventually she relocated to New York and began working as a photographer for Trans World Airlines. While her credentials were a bit thin, her willpower was not. She went on to become a war correspondent photojournalist […]
Violence in any form is unthinkable. It was so unthinkable that it became as attractive a mystery to me as sex seemed to be to other teen-agers.
– Dickey Chapelle