David Hurn is an English documentary photographer, who is best known for his documentation of the Hungarian revolution of 1956 which was published in Life, Picture Post, The Observer, and various other reputable publications. 

He also worked in the fashion industry for many years as a fashion photographer. In the early 70s, he founded the School of Documentary Photography in Newport, Wales. His works are part of museum collections, among which are: British Council, London, Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, Galerie du Château d'Eau, Toulouse, International Center of Photography, New York, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, National Library of Wales , Aberystwyth, and many other institutions. In this short video Hurn shares the amazing stories behind some of his iconic photographs of film celebrities in the 1960´s.

- Iqvinder Singh