Alison Wright is a globe-trotting photojournalist whose work encompasses a large number of the world’s varied cultures.
Her latest book, Learning to Breathe, recounts her experiences after a near-fatal bus crash in Laos and how that changed her life.
PeterGreenberg.com is proud to present an in-depth look into her work snapping portraits–from orphans to the Dalai Lama–that intimately capture the both the individual and their culture.
We’ve assembled a collection of Alison’s most fascinating portraits in a slideshow gallery.
For information about ordering Alison’s book Learning to Breathe, please use this link to visit Amazon.