Immersion: Journeys in Light and Time
Aired On: Jan 21, 2016
Beth Wald looks at the role that photography can play in the struggles to save ecosystems, species and ancient knowledge.
Beth Wald is a documentary photographer who creates compelling visual narratives that look at our relationship with the natural world. She thrives when working far off the grid and immersing herself in a place and a culture. Her wide-ranging career has taken her to remote corners of the world for many publications including National Geographic, Smithsonian,...
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