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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 on six continents. Specializing in bringing awareness to significant social causes such as slavery and human trafficking, Kristine’s purpose-driven photographs often donate a percentage of the profits to collaborative organizations, like Free the Slaves.

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