Updated 24 October 2012: Images from the memorial service to celebrate the life of Horst Faas, AP double Pulitzer prize winning photographer and photo editor at St Bride’s Church in Fleet Street in central London, Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012. All Photos: AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis
Clare King remembering her father Horst Faas
Address by Neal Ulevich – filmed by Peter Rimmer/ Chairman IMMF.org
A memorial service to celebrate the life of AP double Pulitzer prize winning photographer and photo editor Horst Faas at St Bride’s Church in Fleet Street on Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 11.30am
The service is being organized by his daughter Clare, friends and colleagues with the generous support of the British Press Photographer’s Association (BPPA) and The UK Picture Editor’s Guild. Friends and colleagues are welcome to attend.
Photo: Associated Press photographer Horst Faas is shown in this undated file photo in Ca Mau, Vietnam. The recent deaths of Faas, correspondent George Esper, writer Roy Essoyan and correspondent Malcolm Browne represent the slipping away of a generation of war reporters that brought the reality of the conflict to the living rooms of America in often horrifying close-up and inspired scores of combat journalists in their wake. (AP Photo/File)