All posts tagged Tim Hetherington

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War and Photography

The question of why photographers cover war is revisited. Video interviews featuring Gary Knight, Tim Hetherington, and Ashley Gilbertson.

Filmed on 22 May 2009 at VII Gallery, Brooklyn Dispatches. 2009. youtube. Rethink Dispatches. Available from [Accessed 01 April 2014]

Tim Hetherington

Tim Hetherington: Photographer, human rights advocate, journalist, filmmaker, communicator

Tim Hetherington. (2012) [online] Available from [Accessed 19 November 2013]

Stephen Mayes on the Changing Future of Photography

“In a fascinating interview with Image Source Art Director Stephanie Cabrera, Photography expert Stephen Mayes explores the work of photo-journalist Tim Hetherington, the wider impact of stock imagery and the rapidly changing future of Photography”

Image Source. January 2014. Photo Expert Stephen Mayes on the Changing Future of Photography.
[online] Available from
<> [Accessed April 14]

Continue to explore in the Stephen Mayes encounter.

‘Restrepo’ and the Imagery of War interview with Tim Hetherington

Tim Hetherington interview by Michael Kamber for The New York Times.

Kamber, M. 2010. The New York Times. ‘Restrepo’ and the Imagery of War interview with Tim Hetherington [online] Available from
<> [Accessed April 2014]

View original context in the David Campbell encounter.

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