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On Photography and War

Five years ago today there was a very heartfelt discussion at the University of California, Berkeley, on photography and war, comparing the conflicts in Vietnam and Iraq. The panel included photographers David Leeson, Catherine Leroy and Don McCullin, television correspondent Mike Cerre and journalist Jonathan Schell, and was put together by Ken Light and moderated [...]

Talking with Don McCullin

Recently I had the privilege of sitting down and talking with Don McCullin about his new project on the ruins of the Roman Empire, the wars he covered, and his aspirations and regrets as a photographer and a man. McCullin, now in his seventies, is the undisputed dean of photographers who have covered, and in [...]