The Saturation of War
Aired On: May 16, 2013
Lynsey Addario discusses her work photographing conflict over the past decade, and the challenges of making compelling images from ongoing wars when our society is saturated by by conflict photography.
Lynsey Addario is an American photojournalist who regularly works for The New York Times, National Geographic and TIME. She began photographing professionally for the Buenos Aires Herald in 1996 with no previous photographic training. In 2000, she traveled to Afghanistan to document life under the Taliban, and has since covered conflicts in...
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PhotographerAn American photojournalist based in London, Lynsey Addario photographs for The New York Times, National Geographic and Time Magazine.