A Lasting Impression

This segment won in the Human Interest – Program Feature category. Congratulations to producer Nancy Pasternak and editor Jayne Ballew. This is a story about professional photographers who donate their talents to create sensitive, artistic portraits of seriously ill newborns and their families. It was a segment in State of the Arts – March 2010.

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A Lasting Impression

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am