- PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT:
Secret Door to Tibet
Photography by Keri Douglas
Thursday, October 5, 2006
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Free with refreshments
DragonFly Design Decor
(one block up from Whole Foods on P Street)
1457 Church Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Metro: McPhearson Square (Blue/Orange), Dupont Circle (Red) or U
Ms. Douglas journeyed through Tibet days before the Qinghai-Tibet
railway opened in Beijing. Ms. Douglas captured the timeless quality
of Tibetan life and nature through her travels to remote villages and
her stay with a nomad family. A portion of the proceeds from the sale
of the photographs will go towards educational projects for children in
Ms. Douglas is a communications and international relations affairs
expert. She has worked at the White House, the Voice of America and
the Swiss Embassy as press secretary. With more than ten years of
photography experience, Ms. Douglas draws from her natural ability to
find beauty in unexpected places and in very soul who graces her path.
Ms. Douglas has lived in Poland, India, Lebanon, Greece and West Berlin
and has traveled extensively on her clients' behalf throughout Europe,
Asia and Latin America/South America.