The title of the first posthumous work from Chris Hondros is well chosen. Testament is a compilation of his archives collected by his family, friends and agency, including: Christina Piaia, whom he planned to marry; Jonathan Klein from Getty Images; Greg Campbell, his friend, who is working on a feature-length documentary about Chris’s life and work; and Régis Le Sommier, editor-in-chief of Paris Match, with whom he spent long, chaotic hours waiting during the War in Iraq.
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