Nomads of the Dawn: The Penan of the Borneo Rainforest
Aired On: Jan 24, 2013
Photographer David Hiser shares his images of the Penan hunter-gathers in the deep forests of Borneo.
David Hiser is an editorial photographer and photography educator whose work has been published in over 100 National Geographic books and magazines, as well as many other international publications. He has photographed stories of the Aztec, Mayan and Tarahumara cultures in Mexico, the island peoples of Micronesia and the Inuit of the Canadian Arctic. Hiser’s work is outdoor-...
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