Photographer Edmund Clark urges his audience to contemplate the War on Terror

For many, Don McLean’s “American Pie” is merely a song from decades past; for others, it is reminiscent of the 1959 plane crash that killed singer Buddy Holly, a tragedy named “The Day the Music Died” after McLean’s lyric. For British photographer Edmund Clark, it signifies a little more. “It’s a beautiful ballad about America coming to terms with the death of Buddy Holly,” says Clark over the phone.

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