David is a journalist and award winning photographer with 19 years of experience covering stories from mass graves in post-war Kosovo to juvenile prisons in California. His work on mass graves in Kosovo won the prestigious World Press Photo award in 2003. He is a graduate of U.C. Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, where he studied print reporting, radio, and photojournalism, with additional studies at the Human Rights Center in war, post-conflict, and international human rights. He has published in major European and American magazines and newspapers.
Mieke is a portrait and documentary photographer who looks for the simple, uncomplicated essence of humanity in her subjects. She has worked in locations ranging from San Francisco, California, to the heart of Botswana in sub-Saharan Africa. Mieke studied photography at the Rhode Island School of Design while completing a bachelor’s degree with honors in Visual Arts at Brown University. In addition, she holds master’s degrees in both Art History (U.C.S.B.) and Architecture (U.C. Berkeley).
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