Which Way Is the Front Line From Here

Art, Photography

This weekend I watched the emotional HBO Documentary by Sebastian Junger  about the late Tim Hetherington who was his partner in making the academy award nominated documentary Restrepo.  I can not adequately express how beautiful, raw and inspiring Which Way Is the Front Line From Here- Life and Time of Tim Hethertington  is and if you aren’t familiar with the work of photojournalist Tim Hetherington, who died in Syria on assignment, I strongly urge you to watch this film. It reveals a man who wasn’t just a documenter, but a humanitarian, on a quest to create a bridge from man to man, story to truth. _65350877_hetherington_hbo

Tim Hetherington (center) large-th-13

Tim Hetherington, Untitled, Liberia, 2005


Tim Hetherington, Untitled, 1999–2003
From the series Inner Light: Portraits of the Blind, Sierra Leone 1999-2003.


Tim Hetherington, Untitled, Liberia, 2003


Tim Hetherington, Murphy Sleeping, Korengal Valley, Kunar Province, Afghanistan, 2008


Tim HetheringtonKorengal Valley, Kunar Province, Afghanistan, 2008


Tim Hetherington, Korengal Valley, Kunar Province, Afghanistan, 2008


Tim Hetherington, Man’s Eden, Korengal Valley, Kunar Province, Afghanistan, 2008 
LIBYA. Misurata. Tim's Last Photograph. April 20. 2011.
 Tim Hetherington’s last photograph. Taken April 20, 2011, in Misrata, Libya.
Check out more of Tim Hetherington’s work HERE & Watch the trailer for the documentary below.
I have no desire to be a kind of war firefighter flying from war zone to war zone. I have no … really I don’t really care about photography. I have no interest in photography per se. I’m interested in reaching people with ideas and engaging them with views of the world. Tim Hetherington

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