Humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine makes it her mission to seek out and document global slavery. Director Erica Jordan follows Kristine as she negotiates her way into Sonagachi, the largest red-light district in Kolkata, India, and the subject of the Academy Award-winning Born Into Brothels (MVFF 2004). There, Kristine shoots portraits of the enslaved women while Jordan records their sessions with ... Read more about "IN PLAIN SIGHT Film"
Humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine shares her experiences photographing the world's ancient cultures at Wisdom 2.0 2014. Read more about "Reflections on Presence from Ancient Cultures: Lisa Kristine"
Lisa Kristine inspires the world with her photography of people living in ancient and often horrific circumstances; much of her work focuses on vividly documenting slavery. In early 2012, 8-year-old Vivienne Harr saw a photo Kristine had taken of two slave children with rocks strapped to their heads, holding hands as they struggled under the weight of their backbreaking work. ... Read more about "Anti Trafficking Trio Share Passion For Freedom"
The Lucie Awards ceremony is the annual gala event that recognizes and celebrates the achievements of master photographers and individuals who’ve played a significant role in contemporary photography. Each year, the Lucie Advisory Board nominates deserving individuals to be publicly recognized for their remarkable contribution to the world of photography. Acclaimed humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine creates more than images, she inspires ... Read more about "Lisa Kristine receives the 2013 Lucie Humanitarian Award"