Tim Page is a British-born photographer and photojournalist, best known for his work documenting the Vietnam War. Born in 1944 in Tunbridge Wells, England, Page started his photography career during the early 1960s in London, where he worked as a photojournalist capturing images of the counterculture movement. In 1965, Page traveled to Southeast Asia, where he documented the Vietnam War, first working as a freelance photographer and later joining the United Press International and Time-Life. His powerful and raw images of the conflict, often capturing the brutality and the human cost of war, gained him recognition as one of the most influential war photographers of his time. Page himself was wounded several times during the conflict, and his experiences inspired the character of the war photographer in the 1979 film "Apocalypse Now." After the Vietnam War, Page continued to work as a photojournalist, documenting conflicts in Cambodia, Lebanon, and Sri Lanka, among other places. He has also worked on projects related to landmine removal and assisting disabled war veterans. In addition to his photographic work, Tim Page has authored several books, including "Tim Page's Nam" (1983), "Ten Years After: Vietnam Today" (1996), and "Derailed in Uncle Ho's Victory Garden" (1995). Throughout his career, Page has received numerous awards and honors for his contributions to photojournalism and the documentation of war.