By David McKay Wilson
Lynsey Addario ventures into the world’s most troubled regions and creates stunning photos of pain, deprivation, and beauty.
Nine days after her release from captivity by the Libyan army in March, freelance photographer Lynsey Addario ’95 vowed to return to the battlefield, intent on capturing the life-and-death images that have made her one of the world’s leading conflict photographers.
“I will cover another war,” Addario wrote in the Lens blog at the New York Times, where she has been a regular contributor for several years. “I’m sure I will. It’s what I do.”
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