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Patrick Witty

International Picture Editor
Patrick Witty is the international picture editor of TIME. Since joining the magazine in 2010, Witty has coordinated and overseen coverage across the world that has won numerous awards, including the World Press Photo of the Year, the Visa d'Or for News at Visa pour l'Image and multiple POYi, ASME, and SPD awards. Before joining TIME, Witty was the International Picture Editor at the New York Times.

Latest Posts by Patrick Witty

Agence LeJournal/SIPA via TIME
Photo Essay

Witness to a Syrian Execution: “I Saw a Scene of Utter Cruelty”

A rare series of images from a photojournalist chronicles a harrowing scene near Aleppo.

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NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 2001
The Backstory

Help Identify This Photo: The Moment The Towers Fell

Twelve years after the Twin Towers collapsed, TIME’s Patrick Witty turned to social media for help identifying the subjects of his 9/11 photo.

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Pete Souza
In Progress

Obama’s Photographer Joins Instagram

An exclusive interview with Pete Souza on Instagramming the President, the White House, and one of the world’s most famous dogs.

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Cape Flight
Out There

Baby Henry Flies Again

One year ago, LightBox published Rachel Hulin’s series of whimsical photographs of her son, Henry, magically flying. Now, a new children’s book captures all of his Henry’s adventures.

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Sebastian Liste—Reportage by Getty Images
Photo Essay

The Abandoned Chocolate Factory by Sebastian Liste

Sebastian Liste is the first recipient of the City of Perpignan Rémi Ochlik Award—granted for his compelling long-term documentary about a community living in an abandoned factory in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil.

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Malcolm Browne–AP
The Backstory

Malcolm Browne: The Story Behind The Burning Monk

On the 50th anniversary of Quang Duc’s self-immolation in 1963, LightBox presents an interview with Malcolm Browne, the Associated Press photographer who captured the now-iconic image.

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Jeff Widener—AP
The Backstory

Tank Man Revisited: More Details Emerge About the Iconic Image

The story behind the iconic Tiananmen Square Tank Man photo didn’t end after the click of the shutter—the film had to be smuggled past Chinese soldiers in the underwear of an American college student named Kirk.

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Rachel Hulin
In Progress

The Flying Baby

Exhausted and bored on an assignment, photographer Rachel Hulin thought it would be fun to make her baby fly. So her son Henry flew.

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Eunice Adorno
Photo Essay

The Flower Girls: Mennonites in Mexico

Mexican photographer Eunice Adorno explores the isolated Mennonite communities in Mexico in her new book, “Las Mujeres Flores”.

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Reuters, via Korean Central News Agency
The Backstory

The Aesthetics of a Dictatorship: North Korea’s Photoshopped Funeral

The authenticity of government-released photographs from North Korea has been questioned for years but not until this week, during the funeral of Kim Jong Il, was the issue as widely discussed and analyzed.

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