(Photo Credit: Iguazu Falls, Brazil by Jean-Claude Louis)

Jean-Claude Louis is a physician and scientist turned itinerant photographer. His work takes him all over the world and mostly focuses on cultural, social, and ecological issues. His photograph, Iguazu Falls, Brazil, was selected for the Center’s “Elements of Water” exhibition. Four other images by Louis were selected for the Center’s “Documentary” exhibition in November 2009. His photograph, Monks, Serchul Monastery, Kham, Tibet, 2007, was awarded the Juror’s Selection by juror Ed Kashi.


(Photo Credit: Rainy Day in Tagong, Kham, Tibet, 2007  by Jean-Claude Louis)


(Photo Credit: Monks, Serchul Monastery, Kham, Tibet, 2007  by Jean-Claude Louis)


(Photo Credit: Nomad Woman Preparing The Tea, Kham, Tibet, 2007  by Jean-Claude Louis)


(Photo Credit: Susana, Cerebral Palsy Patient, Kampala, Uganda, 2008  by Jean-Claude Louis)

More of Jean-Claude’s work can found at:
http://www.jeanclaudelouis.com/