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Dates:  1949, 7 December - 2006, 4 September
Born:  US, IA, Knoxville
Died:  US, CA, Beverly Hills
Active:  US
Website:  www.jamesfee.com
 
  
American photographer. In one of his books ‘James Fee: The Peleliu Project‘ he examined the island battle site where American and Japanese forces clashed in September 1944 - this was a reassessment of family memories as his father was a Marine Corp medic at the battle.

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James Fee 
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"The desire and intention to make photographs sometimes overpowers the truth in them. The snapshot, for me, has always held more truth than professional photography."
"Your own ideas are always getting in the way of the simple process of making photographs and that's why snapshots are so honest."
 
  
 
  
 
  
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