Archive: The Police Artist

Studio 2

Studio 2 visits Peter Hiort Peterson, one of only two forensic artists in Canada, in his studio. He uses his talent as a potter, sculptor and painter to reconstruct the faces of criminals and crime victims for the RCMP. He also uses a computer to electronically age missing children.
Aired:
Dec 21, 1994
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