Aired On: Nov 4, 2010
Aaron Huey speaks about his experience taking photographs on his solo walk across America and discusses the influence that carried over from that event into his photojournalism career.
Aaron Huey is a photojournalist who has shot 25 features for the National Geographic magazines. Huey is also a Contributing Editor at Harper's magazine and only the 2nd photographer to hold that tile on the 163-year-old magazine. Huey’s Pine Ridge work recently rose to prominence after he was invited to give a lecture on the subject at a ...
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