Dale Green is an Emmy award-winning photographer with 18 years of broadcast production experience. He spent 10 years as a news photographer working in Spartanburg, S.C., and at KSL-TV. He started his own company eight years ago and has traveled the world doing many documentaries and sporting events. His work has been shown on NBC, ESPN, CBS, A&E, OLN, CNN, PBS, PBSHD, and several other local and national shows. He won an Emmy for a documentary on foster families and has been nominated two other times for documentaries that he has shot. He won an Edward R. Murrow award for a documentary for the Children's Miracle Network about guns and children.
Green is a veteran of the 1991 Gulf War, where he was activated with the 1475th engineer battalion and stationed in Germany. While there he reported on the activities of his unit and had a series of stories called Dale's Diary, which won the 1991 SPJ-SDX on-going coverage award.
Green has been married for 20 years and has four children, two boys and two girls. He loves camping, water skiing, and hiking. His greatest love is working his 32-foot CamMate jib arm at music concerts.
In 2004, Green spent ten days in Peru during October following the distribution of wheelchairs by a Utah based humanitarian group. They also visited a remote village 75 miles down the Amazon River where the group built desks for a school. Part of the footage they shot aired on ABC 4 News.
In 2010, Green received a Broadcast Education Association second place award in the documentary long-form category for A Turn for Ghana.
He is a member of the BYU Communications Faculty.