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Carol Guzy

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LisA Fraleigh

on 6 November 2014

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Transcript of Carol Guzy

Silent Souls Project
The Miami Herald
Th e Washington Post
Four time Pulitzer Prize winner
1986 - Spot News Photography
1995 - Spot News Photography
2000 - Feature Photography
2011 - Breaking News Photography
Carol Guzy
Born in 1956 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Graduated from Northhampton Community College in 1977 with an associate's degree in nursing
Later received an associate's degree in photography from the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale in 1980
"The nursing program gave me more than a degree. It helped me understand human suffering and an incredible sensitivity to it. I know that without this background my photography would have a totally different edge."
1986 Spot News Photography -Mudslides in Columbia
1995 Spot News Photography - Conflict in Haiti
2000 Feature Photography - Kosovo Refugees
2011 Breaking News Photography - Earthquake in Haiti
A U.S. Soilder protects a suspect from the crowd after an explosive device was thrown during a pro-Aristide march in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
A Haitian girl in the Cite Soleil slum of Port-au-Prince stands behind a heart made of pebbles welcoming the return of exiled Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Astride to office in October 1991
Agim Shala, 2, is passed through barbed-wire fencing at an Arab camp as members of his family are reunited after fleeing Kosovo
While he waits for space in one of the crowded refugee camps 8-year-old Avdullaha plays on a bright-red tractor similar to those that brought thousands of refugees to Albania
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