New York City, NY, United States
Lori Hawkins began working as a photographer in 2001 after leaving her corporate job at IBM. Lori studied computer science and math in college only to follow her passion after many years at IBM and Kodak. Lori began taking classes at ICP and studied under Amy Arbus, Harvey Stein, Steve McCurry and Bruce Davidson to name a few.
Lori presently lives in New York City and has spent several years focusing on Asian issues including the aftermath of the South Asia Earthquake in Pakistan/India, rebuilding efforts after the Tsunami in Sri Lanka, Acid Throwing in Pakistan, and Poverty.
Assignments have taken Lori to Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cuba, Honduras, India, Pakistan, Kashmir, Morocco, Tunisia to name a few.
Lori’s work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, South China Morning Post, Direct Soir, Focus Magazine and New York Magazine. Her photographs have been included in both solo and group exhibitions in New York City and around the U.S.
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