Seven Years on Pine Ridge: The evolution of a story from photojournalism to street art and beyond
Aired On: Jan 31, 2013
Aaron Huey looks at the evolution of a story from superficial journalism to activism, and beyond his own imagery towards a collaborative Community Storytelling project.
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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