Phyllis Galembo is a photographer and professor of art at the University of Albany, State University of New York where she heads the printmaking department and teaches photography. She spends the rest of her time planning and carrying out her personal projects. She describes herself as project-oriented, but stresses that it is her passion for travelling and meeting people from different cultures that ultimately drives her. “What I want to do most of all is document how people can live a tolerable life under harsh conditions. As an artistic onlooker I am fascinated by all the beauty that survives in the very poorest slums on our planet.”

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