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Alison Wright

Jokulsarlon, Glacier Lagoon in Skaftafell National Park, Iceland

BIO: Alison Wright, an award-winning documentary photographer, has traveled to 150 countries photographing disappearing cultures and covering issues concerning the human condition. She is a recipient of the Dorothea Lange Award in Documentary Photography for her work with child labor in Asia, a two-time winner of the Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Award, and was named a National Geographic Traveler of the Year as "someone who travels with a sense of passion and purpose." Alison has published ten books including her memoir, “Learning to Breathe,” chronicling her survival of a devastating bus accident while on assignment in Laos.

Alison’s experience working in post-disaster/conflict areas inspired her to establish a foundation called Faces of Hope (facesofhope.org); a non-profit that globally supports women and children’s rights by creating visual awareness and donating directly to grass-roots organizations that help sustain them through education and healthcare.

WEBSITE: Alisonwright.com
INSTAGRAM: @alisonwrightphoto
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Jokulsarlon, Glacier Lagoon in Skaftafell National Park, Iceland<br />
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BIO: Alison Wright, an award-winning documentary photographer, has traveled to 150 countries photographing disappearing cultures and covering issues concerning the human condition. She is a recipient of the Dorothea Lange Award in Documentary Photography for her work with child labor in Asia, a two-time winner of the Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Award, and was named a National Geographic Traveler of the Year as "someone who travels with a sense of passion and purpose." Alison has published ten books including her memoir, “Learning to Breathe,” chronicling her survival of a devastating bus accident while on assignment in Laos. <br />
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Alison’s experience working in post-disaster/conflict areas inspired her to establish a foundation called Faces of Hope (facesofhope.org); a non-profit that globally supports women and children’s rights by creating visual awareness and donating directly to grass-roots organizations that help sustain them through education and healthcare. <br />
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WEBSITE: Alisonwright.com <br />
INSTAGRAM: @alisonwrightphoto