Donald McCullin is a British photographer born in 1935. He is most known for his photojournalism in war photography. In 1977 he joined the Royal Photographic society, during that time the society awarded him a medal and a fellow honour ship for the Society’s 150th anniversary in 2003.
Between 1966 and 1984, McCullin worked for The Sunday Times Magazine. McCullin’s assignments included Biafra, the Belgian Congo, the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’, Bangladesh and the Lebanese civil war. It is his photographs of Vietnam and Cambodia that have become among the most famous and well-recognised.