Richard Drew (photographer)
|Born||1946 (age 73–74)|
Richard Drew (born 1946) is an Associated Press photo-journalist. In 2001, he took the photo entitled The Falling Man, which captured the image of a man falling from the World Trade Center towers following the September 11 attacks. A British documentary The Falling Man about the photo premiered on the Discovery Times channel on September 10, 2007.
Drew was one of four press photographers present at the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. Drew has been an Associated Press photographer for 40 years, and lives with his wife and two daughters in New York City.
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