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Sep 12 – Oct 18, 2013 :: Reception Sept 12 :: Boseman Art Gallery Warwick Center, UNC Wilmington

Sep 12 - Oct 18, 2013 :: Reception Sept 12 :: Boseman Art Gallery Warwick Center, UNC Wilmington

Art and Advocacy: Street Children Have a Voice September 12-October 18 Reception: September 12, 5:30-7:00pm – Warwick Center Lobby Gallery Gallery Talk 5pm Warwick Center Ballroom 4 As a documentary photographer UNCW alumna Lisa Marie Albert utilizes photos, illustrations and stories to bring to life the experiences of street children in Lira, Uganda and her […]

May 2011 Encore Magazine features “art & advocacy” exhibit

May 2011 Encore Magazine features "art & advocacy" exhibit

From the Streets of Africa: Lisa Albert brings photos and life lessons from Uganda by: Lauren Hodges Advocacy and Art: Street Kids Have a Voice 5/20, 7 p.m. • Projekte 523 South 3rd Street www.lisamariealbert.com Uganda, a landlocked area in eastern Africa, has been making frequent though unattractive appearances in the headlines as of late. […]

2011 Honorable Mention in PWP : Exhibit in NYC

2011 Honorable Mention in PWP : Exhibit in NYC

“Hands” wins Honoroable mention at Professional Women Photographers’ CONTRAST International call for entries: Exhibition Tuesday, June 21st, 2011 – Saturday, July 2nd, 2011 Reception: June 21, 2011, 6:00 pmGallery: Soho Photo Gallery 15 White Street New York 10013 212-226-8571

Street Kids :: King of the Fill

Street Kids :: King of the Fill

Please visit my blogs about these children at the Lira trash dump.

Remembering Mississippi

Remembering Mississippi

This is a short fundraising documentary created for R3SM, an agency in Hattiesburg, MS that is assisting hurricane Katrina survivors still in need of stable housing. The documentary reveals the long term recovery struggles some people, mostly elderly and disabled, are having recovering from Hurricane Katrina, even so many years after the storm. With FEMA […]

ZipLine

ZipLine

A short documentary about a free spirited girl and her horse, taking an adventure ride on a discovered zip line. Fun, lighthearted, Don’t try this at home!

HIV Campaign, Family Health International

HIV Campaign, Family Health International

A Research Project for HIV+ and HIV- Men, Funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health through the HIV Prevention Trials Network

Carolina Week: Memory Sports piece airs on News 14 Carolina

Carolina Week: Memory Sports piece airs on News 14 Carolina

I was the videographer for this package, produced originally for Carolina Week (www.carolinaweek.org) and then featured on News 14 Carolina (www.news14.com). Carrie Gann is the reporter. The video that I shot is the UNC fan and the interview with Dr. LaBar. The Anchor and Basketball footage was courtesy Duke Athletic Dept. (the actual footage used […]

Rival Magazine: Fairy Tale Redefined

Rival Magazine: Fairy Tale Redefined

Rival Magazine is a Duke & UNC-CH joint publication. Cortney Roller is editor-in-chief and author of this piece “Fairy Tale Redefined”. Graphic design editor is Amanda Michelson. Photography by me.

Tanya Ward: A Triumph Over Addiction

Tanya Ward: A Triumph Over Addiction

To listen to Tanya’s audio documentary, please click here: Note: There are only two images in this video. It is meant to be an audio piece. You can find more photographs at my website www.lisamariealbert.com/tanyaward . Tanya Ward shares her experience of recovery from the disease of addiction. In and out of jail from the […]

Carolina Public Health Magazine

Carolina Public Health Magazine

All issues of Carolina Public Health Magazine can be found at this link. Front cover photo credits: Young girl in rice field by Pathathai Chungyam. Left to right at bottom: Family photo by iStock International, Inc.; Indigenous Mexican woman by Kim Steele; Two 2008 graduates of our School, Kirkland Lynch (left) and John DeMasi, by […]