40 Years Focusing on Social Issues Facing America
AIRED ON: Apr 29, 2010
Ken Light discusses his extensive body of work, covering the wide range of social issues he has photographed.
Ken Light has worked as a documentary photographer for over 40 years, focusing on social issues facing America. His projects and books have included Coal Hollow, which observes the conditions that remain after the mechanization of coal in rural West Virginia, and Texas Death Row, which portrays the lives of men waiting to be executed on Texas death row....
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PhotographerKen Light has worked as a documentary photographer for over 40 years, focusing on social issues facing America.