But Felix also had another life, as a photographer for humanitarian agencies (the United Nations organisations amongst others) which he did in his 'time off'.
He was also an occasional Visiting Lecturer on our FdA in Professional Photography and a real eye-opener to the realities of photographing in combat, disaster or humanitarian displacement zones.
Very, very harrowing stories which served as a 'reality check' for those students who tend to romanticise this type of work.
Felix never pulled his punches on the reality of working in the field.
Amazingly, in an area where we are all egotists (comes wit the territory?) Felix always gave up his film/digital files to his clients who used it to publicise their work. He understood this as part of his brief and was uncomplaining about it.
Felix will be sadly missed by many. RIP