“Capturing History: A Conversation with a WWII Living Historian and Photographer”
In this episode of the “What’s The Scuttlebutt Podcast,” your host, Don, takes a journey back in time as he sits down for an intimate conversation with a true enthusiast of World War II history. Join us as we delve into the world of Living History, photography, and the fascinating intersection of these passions.
Our special guests are Living Historians and Photographers from Victory Productions, Joe Bemis and Patrice Wessling and they are here to share their deep-rooted love for all things WWII. Prepare to be transported to a bygone era as we discuss the meticulous details and immersive experiences that make WWII Living History so captivating.
But that’s not all – we’ll also explore how Joe & Patrice have skillfully integrated their passion for photography into the realm of Living History. Discover the artistry behind capturing authentic moments, uniforms, and equipment from this pivotal time in history.
Intriguingly, the conversation doesn’t stop there. Don and his guests delve into the current state of the WWII Reenacting hobby. Is it thriving? Are younger generations showing interest in this unique and educational pastime? With recent hits like “Band of Brothers” and “The Pacific” trending on Netflix, we speculate about whether these blockbuster series are rekindling curiosity about WWII.
Join us for an enlightening and nostalgic discussion that will transport you back to the 1940s while shedding light on the future of this remarkable hobby. Whether you’re a history buff, a photography enthusiast, or simply curious about the world of Living History, this episode is a must-listen.
Tune in to the “What’s The Scuttlebutt Podcast” and get ready to explore the past, present, and future of WWII Living History like never before!