Remembrances, memorials, and thoughts on the deaths of Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros


I’d never met Hetherington or Hondros, but knew their work well. What’s clear from their work and what’s being written about them after today’s tragic news, though, is that they were among the best in the business. Here are some reflections that have been posted recently about the two (titles have mostly been copied and pasted):

We will update with more as we see them. Our thoughts are with their families and friends.


  1. [...] much has already been written about the deaths of Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros. With all that said, it’s important to [...]

  2. [...] and Chris Hondros were killed last week while covering the conflict in Libya. dvafoto has a list of remembrances and memorials written about the two men. Comments RSS [...]

  3. [...] killed last week covering conflict in Libya.  My heart goes out to their friends and families.  Remembrances collected at [...]

  4. [...] For a complete list of links to dedications and tributes to Hetherington, Hondros and their work, please visit Photojournalism Links and DVA Foto [...]

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