The photographer and Oscar nominated film-maker Tim Hetherington created work at the forefront of photography and filmmaking with work that encompassed photojournalism, book publishing, wild-posting, video installations, and documentary films. While covering the civil war in Libya in April 2011 he was killed in a mortar attack on the front lines of Misrata. He was 40 years old.
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