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Ernst Haas

Ernst Haas (March 2, 1921–September 12, 1986) was a photojournalist and a pioneering color photographer. During his 40-year career, the Austrian-born artist bridged the gap between photojournalism and the use of photography as a medium for expression and creativity.

Pat Hagen

Staff Member at the New York Bureau. Please help contribute to Pat Hagen's history with Magnum. 

 

Source: Magnum Foundation Archive, MF014-001, Box 1, Membership Chronology

Erich Hartmann

Born in Munich, Erich Hartmann was 16 years old when he went with his family in 1938 to Albany, New York, as a refugee from Nazi Germany. The only English speaker in the family, he worked in a textile mill, attending evening high school and later taking night courses at Siena College.

David Alan Harvey

Born in San Francisco, David Alan Harvey was raised in Virginia. He discovered photography at the age of 11. Harvey purchased a used Leica with savings from his newspaper route and began photographing his family and neighborhood in 1956.

Bob Henriques

Bob Henriques, a long time affiliate of Magnum Photos, passed away in Florida at the age of 81 in 2001. During his most active years as a photographer, Henriques' subject matter included film stars and political icons.

Tim Hetherington

Often described as a conflict photographer, Hetherington’s mission was never so simple. “Trying to understand my own fascination with conflict and war has become something that’s started to focus on what it means to be a man. What is it about war that really draws men?”

Ken Heyman

Born in New York City in 1930, Ken Heyman first became interested in photography in high school. Later, during his student days at Columbia College-which were interrupted by a two-year stint in the army-his skill as a photographer grew, but still regarded photography as no more than a hobby.

Thomas Hoepker

Thomas Hoepker studied art history and archeology, then worked as a photographer for Münchner Illustrierte and Kristall between 1960 and 1963, reporting from all over the world. He joined Stern magazine as a photo-reporter in 1964.

Sam Holmes

Librarian for the New York Magnum Office. Please help contribute more information regarding Sam Holme's history with Magnum. 

 

Source: Magnum Foundation Archive, MF014-001, Box 1, Membership Chronology

Sohrab Hura

Sohrab Hura was born on 17th October 1981 in a small town called Chinsurah in West Bengal, India and he grew up changing his ambitions from one exciting thing to another.

David Hurn

Born in the UK but of Welsh descent, David Hurn is a self-taught photographer who began his career in 1955 as an assistant at the Reflex Agency. Whilst a freelance photographer he gained his early reputation with his reportage of the 1956 Hungarian revolution.