Internationally renowned humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine gives the keynote at Hong Kong's Anti-Slavery Summit in August. She will discuss her work and showcase a series of her photographs capturing modern day acts of slavery to open up the Summit to focus on technology, data and regulatory solutions for businesses to tackle modern-day slavery and human-trafficking in [...]
Lisa speaks at Trust Women, committed to find real solutions to empower women and to fight slavery worldwide. The annual event brings together global corporations, lawyers, government representatives, and pioneers in the field of women’s rights and anti-slavery.
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Curiosity may have killed the cat, but photographer Lisa Kristine trusts hers to keep her moving. “I am very curious and very trusting of my curiosity,” she told weather.com. “I feel like things culminate from that.” Her curiosity has served her well, even as a child when she would browse her mother’s bookshelf of anthropology [...]
Interview: Photographer Creates Instant Connection to Cultures From Halfway Across the World Humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine doesn't just take images of the world, she tells stories of change. She documents the most beautiful landscapes that are rarely seen. For more than thirty years, she has showcased portraits of indigenous cultures in more than 100 countries [...]
An American photographer who has travelled to more than 100 countries on six continents has revealed a incredible back catalogue of pictures that showcase indigenous cultures in harmony with their natural environment. Lisa Kristine's latest collection, titled Intimate Expanse, examines the complex and different relationships between humans and the land which they live off, across [...]
View This new CNN interview on modern slavery featuring the work of Lisa Kristine for Free the Slaves, Kevin Bales and Somaly Mam.
This article also contains audio of Lisa's radio interview about the exhibit at the Freedom Center, click the link here to listen. Humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine, who specializes in indigenous peoples worldwide, uses her powerful images and intimate portrayals to elevate awareness of social causes such as modern slavery. The United Nations estimates there are approximately [...]
It was 130 degrees when I was first introduced to the brick kilns of Nepal. In these severe temperatures, men, women, and children -- whole families, in fact -- were surrounded by a dense cloud of dust while mechanically stacking bricks on their heads, carrying them, 18 at a time, from the scorching kilns [...]
X-files star Gillian Anderson plays a character inspired by Lisa Kristine in the new film 'SOLD'. Adapted from the internationally bestselling novel by Patricia McCormick, Sold follows a 13-year-old Nepali girl named Lakshmi whose father sends her to Kolkata, India, to work as a domestic servant. Instead, she finds herself living as a sex slave [...]