Last Letters began in a small office in Dallas, Texas, where a small circle of friends—including retired 7x time military photographer of the year: Jeremy Lock, and television producer: Scott Rettberg — would spend evenings swapping stories of world travels & unexpected adventurous tales. There was a common regard for the stories of individuals who when experiencing the same adventure, walk away with differing experiences and knowledge.
We are finally beginning a new podcast adventure sharing these amazing tales with a wide array of experiences culminating in a “Last Letter” to the world— and maybe a final piece of advice.
Last Letters are true stories which: Celebrate personal storytelling. Illuminate both the diversity and commonality of human experiences. Includes people globally from all walks of life: military, astronauts, students, homeless, yo-yo champions, mechanics, exonerated prisoners, headhunters, cab drivers, veterans, Nobel laureates and everyone in between.
After 21 years of telling stories around the world for the military, Jeremy Lock is setting out on his next adventure... LAST LETTERS. Lock is not only an accomplished military veteran receiving the Bronze Star Medal for distinguished service in Iraq, his experiences led to Jeremy being named “Military photojournalist of the year” seven times. Jeremy’s work has been published in magazines, newspapers and books including National Geographic, Time, New York Times, and the Washington Post among others. Jeremy has traveled more than 40 countries on 6 continents and brings his curiosity and empathetic love of story to the interview chair.