Sarah Reingewirtz documents with passion. With her camera she challenges us to see the world with a broader lens. Change, progress and raising awareness are the goals that motivate her with every frame she takes. With degrees in photojournalism and anthropology from Cal State Long Beach, she began her career in newspapers at the Orange County Register and then went to the Central Valley’s Bakersfield Californian where she learned about oil, farming, ranching and poverty. Today she works in Los Angeles for Southern California News Group’s metro papers. She has won numerous awards and was nominated for a Pulitzer for documenting Dorothy Edwards who went from homelessness to turning her life around. Her midwife story was honored by World Press Photo. Sarah loves to garden but also enjoys time in the desert which needs no gardening.