A personal conversation with the world renown Photographer Alzbeta Jungrova about her life & passion for the Art of Photography.
She worked in the rubbish dumps of Cambodia, the sludge of the world’s largest shipwrecking yard, the Slums of Bangladesh, the Gaza Strip, got deep into the world of drug addicts on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, as well as living in the Columbian Jungle with the Nukak people.
She received an award from the UN High Commission for Refugees for her work on child labor in Peshawar/Pakistan, and pictures taken in a Burmese refugee camp in Bangladesh.
Currently she lives in Prague as an independent Photographer.
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