War Victims Fund: Landmines and Unexploded Ordinance
Commissioned by the United States Agency for International Development's Patrick J. Leahy War Victims Fund, this project detailed people in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam injured by landmines and other ordinance left over from conflicts that ended decades ago. Disseminated widely, the photographs helped advocate for demining efforts worldwide and showed how the detritus of war has a prolonged multigenerational impact. The photographs were installed as the centerpiece of the International Global Demining Conference which convened heads of state. Former Secretary of State Madeline Albright introduced the exhibition which surrounded the conference's delegates as they discussed policy. The work was also the first exhibited in the gallery of Washington D.C.'s largest office space, The Ronald Regan Building.