Beth O'Donnell and Kimberley Sevcik talk about Angels in Africa.
This important volume documents seven African women working to overcome devastating problems in their communities. Through photographs and first-person accounts, their stories reveal the strength of the human spirit. O'Donnell's photojournalistic work on Africa has been published internationally and exhibited in galleries across the U.S.- Book Passage
Beth Oâ€™Donnell studied photography at the Evanston Art Center in Evanston, Illinois and The International Center for Photography in New York City. Her photojournalistic work in Africa, for which she spent two months in the slums of Nairobi, was published in The London Daily Telegraph and Marie Claire magazines. She has also been published in The Financial Times and has appeared twice as a guest on Oprah Winfreyâ€™s Oxygen Network, for â€œAngels in the Slumsâ€ and â€œAIDS and Orphansâ€. Oâ€™Donnell exhibited work at the United Nations in conjunction with the Istanbul +5 Conference and her photographs have been auctioned at several major philanthropic events around the United States. She is currently represented by June Bateman Fine Art in New York, Holly Hunt, both in Miami and New York, Henry Beguelin in Aspen, Chicago, Los Angeles and Malibu, and Renee Fotouhi Fine Art in New York. She is currently exhibiting at Niba, Miami Beach and Jarlathdan, Amagansett, New York.
Kimberley Sevcik is a contributing writer for Rolling Stone. She has also written for the New York Times Magazine, Mother Jones, Elle and Travel & Leisure.