Aired On: Apr 23, 2014
Patricia Lanza looks back at her career photographing on location around the world as a contract photographer for National Geogrpahic in over 40 countries.
Patricia Lanza began her career at the National Geographic Society — first as a photo researcher, then as a photography editor, followed by eight years as a contract photographer, when she had over 700 pictures published. Assignments have taken her to 48 countries for a variety of national and international clients and publications, including a contract with the Herald Tribune...
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