Carey Averbook is a photographer creating interactive multimedia works at the nexus of documentary arts, anthropology, and journalism. My projects are grounded in the investigation of the emotional, psychological, and cultural terrain of social issues and personal narratives. A fluent Spanish speaker and facile interpreter of diverse cultures, I bring to life critical social and environmental issues challenging the US and Central and South America. My recent work dissects climate change impacts in the lives of Bolivian women, migrant sensibility and transnational bridges, and queer time. I have an M.A. in New Media Photojournalism from George Washington University's Corcoran School of Arts and Design and a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.