Liz O. Baylen
Finding Their Voices
Aired On: Feb 8, 2014
Liz O. Baylen discusses the varied roles of a Los Angeles Times photojournalist, ranging from a Hollywood celebrity portrait photographer one moment to a dedicated documentarian of social issues the next.
Liz O. Baylen, a California native, has been a staff photographer at the Los Angeles Times since 2007. She specializes in intimate, long-term projects and approaches them with an empathetic eye and keen intellect. Many of Baylen’s projects are home grown, covering important issues affecting the community in which she lives.
Baylen is a three-time Pulitzer...
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