Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Barbara Davidson on Q


barbaradavidson.jpgBarbara Davidson has cemented her status as one of the world's leading photojournalists. This week, the LA Times photographer and Montreal native has been honoured with a second Pulitzer Prize.

Davidson joins Jian to discuss her award-winning series documenting the lasting effects of gang violence, and the stories that remain after the headlines have moved on.

She also reflects on her previous work photographing conflict zones, and why she thinks Concordia University would stand by their rejection of her application to be a photography major.

Click on the listen button above to hear the full interview, and see some of Davidson's work on the LA Times website or the Pulitzer Prize site.

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