On September 21, 2016, Jay Allen Wiechert, 73, passed away in his Fort Smith, Arkansas home after battling cancer. To the public, Wiechert identified himself as a professional engineer and member of Mensa. Upon the death of this mild-mannered, middle-America everyman, there was no memorial service; any tributes – written messages only – were instructed to be left on the website of the funeral chapel in charge of his cremation. What the general public doesn’t know, however, is that.
Published: 11:33 BST, 11 February 2018 | Updated: 21:53 BST, 11 February 2018 The famous mantra goes; 'a picture is worth a thousand words'. Over the past century, photography has emerged as perhaps the most accessible and influential art form, allowing us to bear witness to some of our planet's most formative moments in recent time. Whether it be the the scenes of devastation on 9/11 or the aftermath of nuclear fallout in Vietnam, many.
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