Lisa Kristine uses photography to expose deeply human stories and to inspire change. For more than twenty-five years, Lisa has explored the globe, looking for the peoples, cultures and places that time forgot, creating indelible and unforgettable images. She brings the distant and the ancient and the rare into clearer focus.Through her speaking presentations, Lisa inspires a dialogue about the beauty, diversity and hardship of our inter-locking world.
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Lisa has documented in more than 100 countries around the world, inspiring unity and global change as well as bringing to light such tragedies as modern day slavery and extreme poverty.
According to UN estimates, 27 million people are currently enslaved across the globe. With an imperative message, photographer Lisa Kristine shares images from her travels documenting some of their daily realities. Lisa Kristine uses photography to expose deeply human stories
A year ago, a photograph of two child slaves in Nepal carrying stone blocks on their backs had troubled an 8-year-old girl, Vivienne Harr. The California girl thought about those boys, two brothers enslaved in the Himalayas, who were her own age. Their plight moved her to start a lemonade stand and raise money to free those slaves. On Saturday, Vivienne, now ...
Lisa Kristine is a San Francisco based photographer specializing in indigenous peoples and cause related photography. Best known for her evocative and saturated use of color, her fine art prints are among the most sought after and collected in her field.