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Richard D. Schoenberg has been a photographer for 35 years. Originally from the New York City area, he worked for several entertainment newspapers. During that period he compiled a portfolio of rock photos that were published in 2002. The book titled, "79.80" documents some of the early performances of the B-52's, John Mellencamp and The Pretenders.

In addition to his own work, he spent two and a half years working on, "The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday", a 288 page book about the training of the US Navy SEALs. Photographs from this project were recently featured in the movie “Lone Survivor”.


Photography featured in the film, "Lone Survivor" Dec. 2013

Photographer/Author, “The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday: Making Navy SEALs”

Photogrpaher/Author, “Boot Camp – A Marine Legacy”

Photographer/Author, “Seventy-Nine/Eighty”

2008 – International Photography Awards 1st Place – People/Lifestyle

2008 – International Photography Awards 3rd Place – Editorial/Essay

2008 - Operation Homecoming: Roadwork - Academy Award Nominee Best Documentary, Still Photography Assistant

2007 – International Photography Awards Honorable Mention

2006 – Black & White Spider Awards Honorable Mention

2006 – International Photography Awards Honorable Mention

2006 – Independent Book Publisher Award Honorable Mention