photo of Carol Guzy

Carol Guzy

It's Always the Innocents That Suffer the Most
Child Through the Barbed Wire Near Kosovo
The Photographer, Voice for the Voiceless
Crisis In Haiti

Photographer Carol Guzy begins her career with The Miami Herald in 1980 and moves to The Washington Post in 1988. She photographs the human toll of conflict in Haiti, Rwanda and Kosovo. "It's always the innocents that suffer the most from . . . mindless conflicts and ethnic hatred," says Guzy. She wins three Pulitzer Prizes for her work.