“There was a sniper, he was trying to kill me, and he hit my camera which was by my face, and I still have that Nikon camera with a bullet hole in it”.
So begins one of the most compelling interviews I’ve seen in a long time. Please take the time and listen to three minutes and twenty seconds of a wonderful journey into the mind of Don McCullin.
Covering conflict has defined much of McCullin’s career, turning him into one of the most well regarded war photographers of a generation.
This interview was directed by Jonny Madderson and co-directed by Jono Stevens and produced by Just So in London, forming part of the Dunhill “Voices” campaign.