U.S. News and World Report, August 8, 1994
Kevin Carter could never escape his continent's turmoil. for a decade, the photographer captured vivid pictures of repression and strife in his native South Africa. Last year, he went to famine-racked Sudan and came upon a starving toddler stalked by a vulture. He photographed the scene&md;an image that won this year's Pulitzer Prize&md;then chased the vulture away. As the child resumed her walk to a feeding station, he lit a cigarette and wept. Last week, at 33, he killed himself with carbon monoxide pumped into his pickup truck.
Explained his father: "Kevin always carried around the horror of the work he did."