Aired On: Jun 23, 2011
Mark Laita discusses his first book of non-commercial work, Created Equal, and the eight-year-long, cross-country journey behind it.
Mark Laita has produced award-winning commercial work for clients such as Adidas, Apple and Mercedes-Benz. Laita's first book of non-commercial work, Created Equal, is the result of an eight-year-long, cross-country project featuring 8x10 black and white portraits of Americans from a wide array of cultures, occupations and backgrounds. His work has been exhibited in...
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