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May 1, 2011
Carol Guzy
Photographer, The Washington Post
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Carol Guzy BIO:
CURRENTLY:
·Photographer, Washington Post (since 1988)

PREVIOUSLY:
·Photographer, Miami Herald

AWARDS
·Four Pulitzer Prizes (1986, 1995, 2000, 2011)
·Hilman Prize (2009)
·Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award (2009)
·National Press Photographers Assn Best of Photojournalism (2009)
·Professional Achievement Award, Northampton Community College Alumni Assn (2000)
·Picture of the Year, Washington Post (1997)
·National Press Photographers Assn, Photographer of the Year (1990, 1993, 1997)

EDUCATION:
·Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale (1980)
·Nursing, Northampton Community College (1978)




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Info: Our guest is Carol Guzy, photographer for The Washington Post. Along with two Post colleagues Nikki Kahn and Ricky Carioti, she has just won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography. They won for a series of photographs of the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. This is Carol Guzy’s fourth Pulitzer Prize, the most ever won by a journalist. In this interview, Guzy shows photos from the Haiti earthquake. She also shows and discusses earlier photo projects including the fall of the Berlin Wall; the 1986 mudslide in Colombia; Kosovo and Albania in 1999; 9/11 in New York; and her photo story series of animals left behind after Katrina. Carol Guzy has worked for the Washington Post since 1988. She previously worked as a photographer for The Miami Herald.





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