Double Exposure: A Veteran Returns to Vietnam

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A poetic and photographic memoir of a veteran's return to Vietnam, and his lifelong challenge of coming back, telling the truth, and living with it. More

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About TC Davis

I am a retired pastor in the Presbyterian Church USA. During 31 years I served as a small church pastor, seminary professor, and pastoral psychotherapist.

After retiring I answered another calling. I have become a photojournalist and website consultant. Presently I run an LLC,, which helps communities of faith, small businesses and not-for-profit agencies with easy-to-edit and inexpensive websites; and I teach media literacy so that their members become capable consumers and producers of digital information.

I'm a Vietnam vet, and recently published a Smashwords e-book, Double Exposure: A Veteran Returns to Vietnam.

My long term goals are to perfect my skills in photography and film making, and use them to promote interfaith understanding and cooperation.


photography, film making, media literacy education, website design, photojournalism, interfaith relations, peacemaking

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William Innes reviewed on Sep. 14, 2012

Double Exposure is an intense journey by a Vietnam War Vet back to the locales that tormented his youth. In the process, Tom Davis tells how he discovered Christ and personal redemption in the midst of war,and then spent a lifetime reconciling the instincts of a young warrior
with the life of the Prince of Peace. By 2011, on his first trip back to Southeast Asia, Tom found both he and Vietnam had moved on. His lifelong interest in photography, which was an important part of his personal healing process, now allowed him focus on composing a new relationship between Americans and Vietnamese. Whether warrior, Christian, or just for personal interest, you must read this book.
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