Currently the assistant managing editor for photography at The Denver Post, Price is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner; first for his coverage of the 1980 coup in Liberia, and again in 1985 for his coverage of the civil wars in El Salvador and Angola. Price has worked as a staff photojournalist for The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Baltimore Sun and was a contract photographer for National Geographic. He is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin where he majored in journalism and minored in art and Middle East studies. Price traveled to Afghanistan in 1988 on assignment for The Philadelphia Inquirer Sunday magazine to explore power vacuum created with the withdrawal of the Soviet Military.
Beth’s work is distinguished by its rich, evocative
expression of landscape, and by its intimate portrayal of her human subjects. Her
visual exploration of environment and culture has taken her around the
globe, from the Arctic to the tip of South America, from Afghanistan
to Cuba, and from the icy slopes of the world’s highest peaks in
the Himalayas to the stifling heat of the Great Rift Valley in East Africa.
Her work has been exhibited in several galleries in the USA, in museums in Canada, Japan, France and Italy, and is part of several permanent collections. Awards and recognition for her photography include Picture of the Year and features in American Photo.
Craig F. Walker
Craig Walker has been a staff photojournalist for The Denver Post since 1998. He travels widely on assignment for the paper, both nationally and internationally. Walker spent months overseas in the wake of the September 11 tragedy, covering events in the Middle East. He was in Afghanistan in late 2001 and covered the bombing campaign at Tora Bora. Walker’s photographs have been exhibited at the Panopticon Gallery in Boston, the Image Gallery in Stockbridge, Massachusetts and at Chance Operations Gallery in Denver. Walker graduated from the Rhode Island School of Photography in 1986 and began his photojournalism career at the Berkshire Eagle in Berkshire, New Hampshire.