"Chris Hondros was the consummate photojournalist," says Kevin Frayer
When photojournalist Chris Hondros was killed in Libya four years ago, he left behind a legacy of award-winning images that continue to inspire photographers today. “It’s the kind of work that so many of our generation of photographers would aspire to do,” says Kevin Frayer, a Canadian photojournalist. “He was prolific in his excellence.”
"His work is a testament to the power of how a single photographer, armed with a vision, can really [communicate] to the rest of the world," says Kurt Mutchler, Executive Editor of photography at National Geographic.