Alison has an in-depth story telling style that has led to the publication of ten books. Her photography has been published in numerous magazines including National Geographic, National Geographic Traveler, National Geographic Adventure, Outside, Islands, Smithsonian Magazine, American Photo, Natural History, Time, Forbes, Oprah, the Travel Channel and The New York Times.
Alison has traveled to more than 150 countries and her advertising images have created a sense of people and place for numerous tourism boards, hotels, cruise lines, travel catalogues, books & brochures with clients such as Visa, Cisco, Ogilvy & Mather, Eurail, Sony, Columbia University Medical Center, Hurtigruten & National Geographic.
Much of Alison’s photography is focused on post-conflict, disaster relief and human rights issues. Clients include UNICEF, US AID, Save the Children, CARE, Children’s Defense Fund, BRAC, Women for Women, FINCA International, ILO, SEVA, Direct Relief International, Global Fund for Children, Nest, SNV World, Helen Keller, Peter C. Alderman Foundation, Center for Neglected Diseases and… Continue reading
“When you capture the look in someone’s eyes, an intimate stare, a knowing glance, their situation becomes a shared and more personal experience. The grace and beauty of the human face, in all its diversity, will never cease to engage and inspire me.” From the book “Human Tribe.”