Gisele Wulfsohn was a Johannesburg-based freelance photographer who specialised in portraiture, education, health and gender issues.
From the late 1980s she documented various HIV/AIDS awareness issues and initiated the LIVING OPENLY project, which has been exhibited extensively (portraits and interviews with 31 HIV Positive South Africans).
Gisele passed away on 27 December 2011 at the age of 54. David Larsen of Africa Media Online paid tribute to Gisele in his blog.
Around 400 of Gisele Wulfsohn’s images are available on Africa Media Online.
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