Amy Toensing | March 17th
Amy Toensing: Australia and the Aborigine Culture
National Geographic Live!
Tuesday, March 17th | 7:30 PM
Muriel Kauffman Theatre
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Amy Toensing, an American photojournalist committed to telling stories with sensitivity and depth, is known for her intimate essays about the lives of ordinary people. She’s covered cultures around the world including the last cave dwelling tribe of Papua New Guinea. For the last three years she has been documenting Aboriginal Australia.
The National Geographic Live Series is presented thanks to the generosity of Teresa and Tom Walsh, Aristocrat Motors and Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City and Sprint.
Amy Toensing began her prolific career covering the White House and Congress for the New York Times. She has created portraits of unforgettable people around the world while shooting National Geographic Magazine stories in Papua New Guinea, Puerto Rico, the Jersey Shore, and Tonga. Toensing is also committed to teaching photography to kids in underserved communities.
Amy was recently highlighted as one of National Geographic’s most talented and groundbreaking photographers, one of the Women of Vision. Watch the video below to find out more:
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