Face to Face, Portraits of the Human Spirit
Aired On: Feb 21, 2013
Alison Wright presents images excerpted from her book, Face to Face, Portraits of the Human Spirit, discussing the indomitable spirit that lives within us all.
Alison Wright, a New York-based documentary photographer, has spent her career capturing the universal human spirit through her photographs and writing. Wright travels to the most remote regions of the globe, photographing endangered cultures and documenting issues concerning the human condition. She is a recipient of many awards including the Dorothea Lange Award in...
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