Max Nash (1941 - 2018). Photographer who covered conflicts in Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
He worked first for The New York Times before joining the Associated
Press bureau in Brussels in 1963. After working in Cambodia, he covered
the Israeli occupation of Lebanon, the Palestinian uprising and riots in
the West Bank and Gaza in the late 1980s. Those heavy combat
assignments were followed by the First Gulf War and a rash of bombings
in Israel in the mid-1990s.
He later transferred to London, covering
the British royals, the violence in Northern Ireland, Red Carpet events
and car racing.
- "Known in his youth for a mop of flaming red
hair, eccentric color combinations in his clothes and the Gitanes he
smoked until giving them up later in life..." https://www.apnews.com/87953d8e68cf4b25aa92e18b92a12955