Based in Iqaluit, Nunavut, CA firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Milosavljevic (she/they) is an independent documentary photographer and filmmaker who explores how cultural landscapes are made meaningful by their deep connection to people over time. Before photography, Lisa was a field archaeologist, which took her to ancient places around the world.
Lisa is currently based between Montreal, Toronto and Iqaluit and is available to travel.
National Geographic, The Globe and Mail, Reuters, Canadian Wildlife Magazine, Up Here Magazine, True North Photo Journal, Nature Conservancy of Canada, Royal Ontario Museum, Six Shooter Records
2022 | We Are The Children | UNESCO 2022 World Conference | Tashkent, Uzbekistan 2022 | Nunavut's Young Hunters | CONTACT Photography Festival | Toronto, ON 2022 | Nunavut's Young Hunters | Exposure Photo Festival | Calgary, AB 2020 | Nunavut's Young Hunters | Zoom Photo Festival | Saguenay, QC 2019 | Nunavut's Young Hunters | Far North Photo Festival | Yellowknife, NWT 2019 | Selected Work | Banff Mountain Photography | Banff, AB
Education & Residencies
2022 | Dawson Film Lab Residency | Dawson Film Lab, Klondike Institute of Art & Culture 2019 | Mountain Photography Residency | Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity 2017 | DOC Institute New Visions Program | Documentary Organization of Canada 2016 | Environmental Visual Communications Graduate Certificate | Fleming College 2012 | Honours Bachelor of Arts and Science, Archaeology | University of Toronto