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Chris Hondros

Chris Hondros, American photojournalist. Finalist Pulitzer Prize in spot news photography, 2003; recipient John Faber award, Overseas Press Club, 2003, Robert Capra Gold Medal award, 2006; grantee photojournalism grant, United States Agency International Development, 1999; Pew Fellowship International Reporting, Johns Hopkins University, 2001.

Background

  • Hondros, Chris was born on March 14, 1970 in New York City.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, North Carolina State University, 1993.

    Career

    • Staff photographer Getty Images News Service, New York City.

    Works

    • The Navy SEAL Art of War: Leadership Lessons from the World's Most Elite Fighting Force
    • In a groundbreaking, narrative-driven book for businesses, managers (and those who aspire to the managerial ranks), and entrepreneurs, a veteran Navy SEAL Chief Petty Officer shows how the skills that enable SEAL teams to achieve the impossible in the battlefield can help business executives and career-minded individuals make better decisions and get the best out of their teams.
    • Photographer (exhibitions) Images from Kosovo, 1999, The Darkest Days of Spring: The Kosovo Refugee Crisis, 1999—2000, War in Iraq/War in Liberia, 2003, Liberia, 2004, Retrospective: 2 Years and 4 Wars, 2004, War Is, 2004, The Art of War, 2005, War in Shadows & Light, 2005, Behind War Photography, 2006, Iraq Unseen, 2006.
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    Born March 14, 1970
    (age 47)
    • 1993
      North Carolina State University