Magazine

Tim Hetherington: Views after the wave

Media playback is unsupported on your device

Acclaimed war photographer and film-maker Tim Hetherington was killed in Libya in 2011. In the summer of 2005, he had travelled with Christian Aid to India and Sri Lanka to meet communities recovering from the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.

His resulting work was used by the charity to mark the disaster's first anniversary - in the exhibition Every Time I See The Sea.

Here - nearly 10 years since the deadly wave struck - are some of his striking images once again.

Click above - to see and hear Tim Hetherington at work in 2005.

(Best viewed by expanding the video player.)

Scroll down - to see more of his work from the trip.

Image copyright Christian Aid/Tim Hetherington
Image copyright Christian Aid/Tim Hetherington
Image copyright Christian Aid/Tim Hetherington
Image copyright Christian Aid/Tim Hetherington
Image copyright Christian Aid/Tim Hetherington
Image copyright Christian Aid/Tim Hetherington
Image copyright Christian Aid/Tim Hetherington
Image copyright Christian Aid/Tim Hetherington

All images copyright Christian Aid/Tim A Hetherington.

Photographs from exhibition - Every Time I See the Sea: Life After the Tsunami.

Photofilm music by KPM Music. Video footage courtesy Christian Aid.

Related:

Obituary - Tim Hetherington

Christian Aid - Tsunami: 10 years after the wave