Gary Edwards has shot aviation since 1970 when his uncle, an international 707 captain, brought him a camera from Hong Kong.
Gary’s 37-year engineering career in aerodynamics, design, and flight test also included a number of technical photographic challenges such as development of specialized hardware to document certain details of a very high altitude missile intercept.
Gary’s images have been published in Soaring, Air&Space Smithsonian, ISnAP, and internal Lockheed Martin and DoD publications. His prints of successful ballistic missile intercepts have hung in Lockheed Martin and US Army offices and the Pentagon.
Since retirement Gary continues to create images of flight and the people who make it happen