Writer Larry Frolick is the author of 10 books on global society, including Crow Never Dies / Life on the Great Hunt (2016), based on fieldwork in the Canadian Arctic hunting with First Nations Elders. He won the Lange-Taylor Prize (USA) for collaborative journalism with photographer Don Weber for a portrait of the post-Soviet criminal justice system in Ukraine.

In addition to doing the column Beyond the Frame on leading international photographers for Raw View, Larry is currently completing a book on spiritualism in the digital age. He is also working with Donald on a New Photojournalism Manifesto that addresses the challenges of creating original art-content in a society of endless simulation and deception. Larry currently lives in Canada’s Northwest Territories.