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Thu June 28, 2012
Encore Broadcast: National Geographic Photographer Annie Griffiths On Work-Life Balance
National Geographic staff photographer Annie Griffiths says she's "learned that even without a shared language, it’s easy to let people know that their children are beautiful, their homes are lovely…and that their stories are worth sharing with the world.”
As one of National Geographic’s first female staff photographers, Annie Griffiths has worked on every continent except Antarctica, while also raising two children. Perhaps the only professional photographer ever to pack her camera gear in Pampers, she found a way to stay close to her kids without putting the brakes on her career—even if it meant bringing the two along with her on assignment in places as distant as the ruins of Petra in Jordan or the Galápagos Islands.
Friday on Up to Date, we revisit Steve Kraske's February 9, 2012 conversation with Griffiths about being a photographer on assignment for National Geographic magazine, and how she balances work and family.