Travels along the old Silk Route through Chinese Turkestan, Kyrgyzstan & Uzbekistan to document the traditional life ways of merchants, artisans, farmers, shepherds, eagle hunters, yurt makers, tea drinkers, gypsies, musicians, brides, and the wizards of silk.
Torie Olson has traveled extensively in the Americas, Asia, and Africa to document, celebrate, and advocate for the world's tribal peoples. In the last five years, her photographs have been showcased in 30 solo exhibitions in the U.S. and abroad, with proceeds benefiting organizations that support traditional artisan families. Photojournalist and contributing editor at Wild Fibers Magazine, Olson has published numerous photographs and articles on endangered cultures in U.S. and Asian publications.
DAY OF THE DEAD Published November 08, 2015
Life in Color: M E X I C O Published October 04, 2015
Road Trip to RAJASTHAN Published November 19, 2014
BURMA Published June 22, 2014
LIFE IN COLOR: VARANASI, INDIA Published April 30, 2014
LIFE IN COLOR: South India Published June 13, 2013
THE SURVIVOR SERIES South India & Sri Lanka Published May 16, 2013
WEAVING LOVE / WEAVING LIVES Published July 13, 2012