Pulitzer-Prize Winning Photographer on Capturing Tragedy

Thursday, January 03, 2013

(Essdras Suarez/Boston Globe)

By now, we’ve all seen the gut-wrenching images from the Newtown, Connecticut tragedy and its aftermath.

Boston Globe staff photographer Essdras Suarez describes what it's like to actually be on the ground after an event like Newtown and to experience the grief of victims first-hand.

Over his career, Suarez has dedicated a significant portion of his work to photographing children throughout the world.  He's covered events such as the Iraq War, the Indonesian tsunami and the Columbine massacre.

Guests:

Essdras Suarez

Produced by:

Joseph Capriglione and Kristen Meinzer

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