I just wanted to post a few outtakes from my recent TIME magazine assignment in Quang Tri, central Vietnam. It was only a two-page spread with two images used, but I spent a full two days shooting, and I got to see some pretty amazing things while on the job, including a bomb removal from a local village, a few stops at the homes of families who were being helped by Chuck’s programs, and a pretty awesome white phosphorous fireworks display in the middle of an empty stretch of sand near the coast. Here’s the story again, for those who missed it the first time around: War to Peace.
TIME | Quang Tri Outtakes
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5 thoughts on “TIME | Quang Tri Outtakes”
Cool assignment !
That’s pretty impressive. Do you get to do these kind of assignments often?
I’m quite lucky to be able to work with some great clients pretty often, on assignments like this and others.
I was quite taken by the portraits of the older gentleman. Chuck, I believe?