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Lynsey Addario is an American photojournalist who regularly works for The New York Times, National Geographic, and Time Magazine. Lynsey began photographing professionally for the...
View gallery, here The U.S. military's airborne medical-evacuation teams play a critical role in Afghanistan. Lynsey Addario traveled to the front lines to follow one medevac unit as it raced to saved lives
Lynsey Addario and TIME's Africa Bureau Chief Aryn Baker are aboard a Medecins Sans Frontieres rescue boat in the Mediterranean Sea as thousands of refugees continue to make the crossing from Libya to Europe.
Follow Lynsey on TIME's Instagram Stories (instagram.com/time) and Aryn on TIME's Snapchat account (@time_mag).
View, here. Lynsey Addario has been kidnapped three times in international battle zones while photographing the horrors of war. She has witnessed the loss of lives -- and has feared losing her own. Addario acknowledges that her job requires "great sacrifice." But when she sees the impact of her work, she finds it impossible to stop doing it. Here’s her Brief but Spectacular take on life as a photojournalist.
Lynsey Addario is an American photojournalist who regularly photographs for The New York Times, National Geographic, and Time Magazine. She has covered conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Darfur, and the Congo, and has received numerous awards, including the MacArthur Genius Grant and the Pulitzer Prize in International Reporting.
It’s What I Do follows a course unavoidable for Addario—from her first camera and the pictures it inspired, to early years as a street photographer and the inspiration she found in the work of Sebastião Salgado. Photography becomes a way for her to travel with a purpose—a singular ambition that shapes and drives her.