Renowned photojournalist Terry Fincher (1931 – 2008) started his career as a runner with Keystone Press in 1945, later working his way up through the darkrooms to join the photographic staff. Enthusiastic, energetic and versatile he covered every job that came his way – from the end of sweet rationing to celebrity arrivals at London Airport (now Heathrow).  However, Terry was ambitious and finally got his break covering the Suez Crisis in 1956. A year later he became the youngest photographer to win the British Press Photographer of the Year award, then the ‘highest award in the game.’ By 1961 he had achieved his ambition to join Beaverbrook’s Daily Express – then with the largest photographic staff of any Fleet Street paper. More international assignments followed, including conflicts in Egypt, Pakistan, Biafra and Aden, and Terry was awarded the BPPY title a further three times. In Biafra his intervention secured the release of two British businessmen, already badly beaten by their captors, and undoubtedly saved their lives.