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Clark & Joan Worswick
Clark and Joan Worswick have been immersed in documentary projects for the past 35 years realizing films, award winning books and curating photographic collections. Together they have created a personal archive of sensitive pictures embracing the larger truths of humanity while effortlessly integrating art and documentation. In 1968, the Worswicks spent six months photographing in some of the most remote areas of Ethiopia. Working together with filmmaker Robert Gardner for Harvard University, they were the first to document the centuries-old traditions of the isolated nomadic societies. The Worswicks created a unique and intimate view into the complex archaic world of the Hamar Tribe residing along the southern border near Kenya. Clark and Joan Worswick live and work in Upstate New York.