You might remember Tabitha Soren as the brainy ginger who walked and talked with Tupac Shakur on Venice Beach in 1995 in her high-profile role at MTV News. It was one of her most zeitgeisty MTV moments in a journalism career defined by high-profile interviews with luminaries from Yasser Arafat and Bill Clinton to Mariah Carey and Alice in Chains. In an America founded on upward trajectories, Soren’s transformation in the late ‘90s from a Gen X cultural icon and nationally known journalist to a contemporary photographer might seem like a perplexing downsizing.

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