See How Dog Sledding Helped This Photographer Get Her Spark Back | Short Film Showcase

Photojournalist Katie Orlinsky travels the world to document the everyday lives of people in extreme situations. In this thoughtful short film by Erin Sanger, Orlinsky travels to the Alaskan wilderness to document female musher Kristen Knight Pace prepare for her first Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Armed with determination and her lens, Orlinsky takes on the elements while exploring her own professional and personal limits.
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See more of National Geographic photographer Katie Orlinsky's work in Climate "Change Is Rerouting World-Famous Sled Dog Race," "Capturing the Yukon Quest in -50°, Sourtoe Cocktail in Hand," and "Photographing a Story That Changes Before Your Eyes."

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