Born in the U.S. in 1977, Lisa Wiltse is a documentary photographer, working in the broad field of social and cultural study, with an emphasis on socially disadvantaged communities and ways of living. She has traveled extensively, focusing on documenting everyday life in marginalized communities in places such as Bangladesh, Uganda, Philippines, Bolivia, New Zealand and the USA. She is currently a contributor with Getty reportage and based in the NYC area.
"I would like to think that my stories will improve the lives of the people I photograph. I try to reflect their everyday lives and promote a dialogue and understanding among people."
Lisa's clients include: TIME magazine, Internazionale, Private Photo Review, German Geo, Fader, Unicef, Double H Ranch, The Australian Financial Review, The Sydney Morning Herald, among other.
To see more of Lisa's work, visit her website.