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Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou Photo Biennial, "The Modern Documentary" May 12-Aug 24, Guangzhou, China.
Houston FotoFest, March 2006 "Land of the Second Sun"
Flint Institute of Arts, April 2006 "Thy Brother's Keeper"
National Geographic Magazine, July 2005 "Chechnya How Did It Come to This"
Photography concentrating on Russia, Chechnya, Siberia,
and Alaska. Award Winning photojournalist from Alaska, based in London and
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