Doug Menuez is an award-winning photographer who began his career as an intern at The Washington Post. He has freelanced for TIME, Newsweek, and People, covering assignments ranging from famine in Ethiopia, to sports and celebrities, to the AIDS crisis. He has made portraits of notables from Mother Teresa to Robert Redford and Bill Clinton, and his commercial clients include Chevrolet, Coca-Cola, Emirates Airlines, and Hewlett Packard. His most recent book is Transcendent Spirit: The Orphans of Uganda; previous publications include Heaven, Earth, Tequila: Un Viaje al Corazón de México, and Defying Gravity: The Making of Newton. This is Doug’s second year teaching at the Workshops. His web site is www.menuez.com.