Jerry Dickey is a judicial assistant in the Superior Court of Los Angeles County, California and holds a degree in psychology from Cal State University Long Beach. He has training and education in archaeology, and completed his academic fieldwork on both prehistoric Archaic sites and a historic Spanish presidio in Southern California.
He has documented rock art for the Grand Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument, BLM/Arizona Strip, and the Kaibab National Forest since 1992. He has also recorded rock art in the California desert for the last 25 years. Currently his focus is on the rock art of the Grand Canyon region of Northern Arizona. He has written and co-authored numerous articles which have been published in American Indian Rock Art, the Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, and the San Diego Museum of Man Rock Art Papers.