Yes he did indeed accompany them. He also had a studio at 1 Buckingham Palace Road, London 1914 - 1915. His photographs of the First World War are at the Imperial War Museum, as you probably know. Let me…"
The development of the internet, social media and digital technology presents new challenges and opportunities for photographers who take war as their subject. This talk examines these technological developments and their impact on war photography of some of the most recent conflicts, and will feature some of IWM’s photographic acquisitions of twentieth-first century conflictHead Curator Hilary Roberts will be joined in this talk by special guest British Army photographer Steve Blake, who will…See More
The Vietnam War is evolving from contemporary memory into history. This two day conference, held at IWM London, explores how the media and popular culture have shaped our understanding of the Vietnam War.Day One of the conference will focus on how the Vietnam War was represented in the media with particular reference to photography, documentary film and television.Day Two will focus on the representation of the Vietnam War through popular culture, with particular reference to feature films and…See More