John Pregulman and Amy Israel Pregulman have taken 943 photographs of Holocaust survivors all across the world.

And they’re not even close to being finished.

This fantastic couple who wed in September of 2016 (and have six children between them––the youngest being 11) have been life-long supporters of the JCC––Amy even worked at the JCC in Memphis as the Director of Cultural Arts at the MJCC.

The J is humbled to have had the chance to interview the Pregulmans and learn all about their heroic endeavors to document, and remember, Holocaust survivors.

How did you both become involved with the JCC?

John Pregulman: We have been part of the JCC world all of our lives. Amy grew up at the JCC in Memphis and I went to the JCC in Chattanooga. We have been part of the JCC in Denver for over ten years as the three oldest and youngest child have all been to Ranch Camp.

What are your full-time careers? How did you get involved with photography?

JP: I am in the Real Estate business, a financial advisor, and investment banker. Amy runs our nonprofit called KAVOD full time as Executive Director. I have been involved with photography since high school and my interest started at school.