Kevin Carter was a young, passionate South African photographer who captured the violent fall of Apartheid. A member of the Bang Bang Club, Carter was fearless and put himself in harm's way for what he believed in. Best known for "The Little Girl and the Vulture," many considered Carter to be guilty of exploiting human suffering. People were outraged that Carter seemingly did not intervene when he witnessed such atrocities. However, the idea that Kevin Carter had built up a wall between himself and his subjects could not have been further from the truth. Carter was not just studying human suffering; he was experiencing it himself. Not even a Pulitzer Prize was enough to prove to Carter that his work was making a difference and would have a lasting impact on the world. The guilt and pain he felt shook him to his very core.Behind the lens, Carter was tortured by what he saw. So tortured, in fact, that he took his own life at age 34. What did Kevin Carter see that could not be unseen?