British photojournalist Jim Loring visited Rabun Gap- Nacoochee School recently and shared “Four Corners” with students and faculty.
“Four Corners” is an inspiring presentation of Loring’s travel experiences around the globe. His photojournalist assignments span more than 25 years with more than 65 assignments worldwide. In 1987, Loring covered stories in Romania documenting the impact of Nicolae Ceausescu’s resettlement policy. This led to opportunities with some of the world’s leading relief and development agencies, including Care International, World Vision (UK), and Save the Children.
Loring’s images capture hope and determination and the resilience of the human soul when confronted with the most difficult hardships. He currently teaches photography at North Georgia Technical College and works on special projects.