Terry Kirby talks about The Independent’s bold visual style, from Brian Harris’ ‘up the nostril shots’ of politicians to “random country scenes.” The Independent pioneered, Kirby says, a radical rethinking of the front page, often covering it with a single image as in the famous picture of the Clapham Junction rail crash in 1988.
Storyteller: Terry Kirby
Date of Story: 1986; 12 December 1988
Location of Story: London, UK
Location: London, UK
Date: 22 March, 2016