Malcolm Browne Orlando bautista

Born: April 17, 1931, New York City, NY Died: August 27, 2012, New Hampshire
Browne's career in journalism began when he was drafted during the Korean War, and assigned to the Pacific edition of the Stars and Stripes where he worked for two years
Malcolm Browne was an American journalist and photographer. He is best known for his award-winning photograph of the self-immolation of Buddhist monk in 1963 in Vietnam.
He was known for taking pictures of raw violence during war
He used black & white images to capture emotion
He worked for The Times in South America, Europe, South Asia, and Elsewhere
World Press Photo of the Year (1963) Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting (1964) George Polk award for courage in journalism [6] Overseas Press Club Award James T. Grady-James H. Stack Award for Interpreting Chemistry for the Public, American Chemical Society (1992) Honorary Member, Sigma Xi (2002)

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