LISA KRISTINE

HUMANITARIAN PHOTOGRAPHER AND FINE ARTIST

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You don’t collect fine art for the sake of acquisition. You do it to bring meaning and inspiration into each moment.

A fine artwork has the capacity to elevate not only your surroundings, but also your impact in the world.

FOR TRUE ARTISTRY has the power to shift your perspective, allowing you to see the world, and your place in it, in a new and vibrant light.

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“LISA KRISTINE’S ARRESTING IMAGES ARE A TESTAMENT TO TRUTH AND AN INSPIRING BODY OF EVIDENCE WHICH SHOULD NEVER AND CAN NEVER BE DENIED.”

David Clarke -Tate Modern – Head of Photography 2004-2013

“LISA IS A TRUE HUMANITARIAN AND VISUAL STORYTELLER WHO BEARS WITNESS TO THE WORLD WITH INNATE CULTURAL SENSITIVITY AND UNPARALLELED TENDERNESS.”

Elizabeth Kapu’uwailani Lindsey – National Geographic Explorer

“LISA’S IMAGES TAKE US BEHIND THE VEIL TO…RESPECT HUMAN DIGNITY FOR THOSE FROM EVERY WALK OF LIFE, UPHOLDING THE PRECEPTS OF EQUALITY, BELONGING AND PURPOSE.”

Sir Richard Branson – Business Magnate

OF THE WORK

Humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine creates more than images, she inspires change. A master storyteller, Lisa documents indigenous cultures & SOCIAL CAUSES in more than 150 countries on six continents, instinctively identifying the universal human dignity in all of us.

LISA KRISTINE’S fine artWORKS are among
the most sought after and collected in the world.

BOOK LISA TO SPEAK AT YOUR EVENT

As a speaker and activist, LISA uses her voice to amplify the stories of the people she photographs and the causes she believes in at conferences, museums, corporations, and university campuses.

Lisa regularly delivers keynote speeches ON THE MOST INFLUENTIAL global platforms SUCH AS TED, The Vatican, THOMSON REUTERS
and the United Nations.

Home Showcase

See how Lisa’s fine art would look in your home.

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Happenings

Pope Francis Launches Lisa’s Human Thread Foundation Exhibition – Vatican, Rome

Under the sponsorship of the Galileo Foundation, and in concert with Human Thread Foundation, the Nuns Healing Hearts exhibition was officially launched by Pope Francis on May 10th at the Vatican, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Talitha Kum nuns combating Human Trafficking around the world. Lisa has spent the last year and a half documenting the humble work of these courageous nuns working [...]

TED: Glimpses of Modern Day Slavery

Lisa Kristine’s TED talk has been viewed nearly 3 Million times. With an imperative message, photographer Lisa Kristine shares images from her work documenting modern day slavery. Lisa Kristine uses photography to expose deeply human stories …

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Lisa Receives Lucie Award at Carnegie Hall

The Lucie Awards is the premiere annual event honoring the greatest achievements in photography. The photography community from around the globe pays tribute to the most outstanding people in the field.  Lisa Kristine, believes an image is a tool, a powerful instrument for connecting humans from disparate corners of the globe and crusading for awareness and social justice.

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More Ways Lisa Inspires Change

Human Thread Foundation

The Human Thread Foundation is an international organization founded by acclaimed humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine. The mission of the foundation is to educate the public and drive awareness about human dignity and human trafficking through interactive exhibitions, educational programming, and global awareness campaigns.

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EnSlaved Exhibitions

ENSLAVED, A Visual Story of Modern Day Slavery documents the lives endured by slaves and celebrates the freedom they never dreamed possible. ENSLAVED is a powerful statement about one of the greatest human rights abuses of our time.

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