Khe Sanh, 1968

Khe Sanh, 1968. For war critics and news correspondents, it was a miniature microcosm for the War in Vietnam itself: 6,000 US Marines forced to defend an isolated untenable location that the top brass believed to be indispensable, only to abandon it after hundreds of Americans were sacrificed in its defense. A young photographer took these harrowing images of the battle and he didn’t live to see them published.

Deathrow in China, 2003

A rare glimpse behind the deathrow and how women prisoners accused of drug trafficking spent their last days in a Chinese prison

1984 | Jumpman

Co Rentmeester went to Chapel Hill to photograph Michael Jordan, then just selected to the NCAA All-American First Team and was awarded the Naismith and Wooden College Player of the Year awards; in the manner of a ballet dancer, a pose known as a “grand jetés.”