An-my Le was born in Vietnam and fled with her family to the U.S. in the final year of the war, becoming a political refugee in the United States. Her photographs and films examine the impact, consequences, and representation of war. Whether in color or black-and-white, her pictures frame a tension between the natural landscape and its violent transformation into battlefields. She has some really powerful and haunting images. I really enjoy the look and feel of the black and white pictures.