The Annenberg Foundation and the California Science Center proudly present the North American premiere of the critically acclaimed photography exhibition Amazônia. Read more →
Aired On: Nov 6, 2014
Asselin talks about working on assignment for the Associated Press, as an editorial photographer in New York and as an artist living in Los Angeles, generating her own photographic art series around subjects as diverse as the closing of Hollywood Park and the bonding of children with their nannies.
Photographer Michele Asselin is known for her formal portraiture that examines individual identities within larger social constructs. She began her photographic career in the Middle East where she briefly worked for the Associated Press covering current events, primarily in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. After moving back to the United States, Asselin…