Best known for her award-winning photography of Tibet and its culture in exile, Alison Wright has traveled the world for more than two decades as a photojournalist. Throughout her career, she has dedicated herself to portraying the lives of the developing world's children. The stunning photographs and inspirational stories in Faces of Hope demonstrate that even amid economic and political struggle, hope begins with just one child. Wright's masterpiece makes a both gorgeous and meaningful gift or coffee/display table addition.
169 pages, hardcover. Book measures 10.25" square (26 cm). Printed in Singapore on acid-free, partially recycled paper.