About Lisa Milosavljevic is a documentary photographer...

About

Lisa Milosavljevic is a documentary photographer and media artist who explores how cultural landscapes are made meaningful by their deep connection to people over time. She is interested in how ancient traditions and new technologies overlap, how cities are able to evolve while retaining the spirit of place, and how to create culturally-rich and sustainable futures.

Lisa is a member of Women Photograph. She was a participant of the Documentary Organization of Canada's New Visions Program and the Banff Centre's photography residency program. Lisa has studied archaeology at the University of Toronto and environmental visual communications at Fleming College.

Lisa was born and raised in Toronto and currently lives in Iqaluit, Nunavut, working as an independent freelancer in photography and film.

To inquire about assignments or collaborative projects, please contact Lisa at lisamilosav@gmail.com.

Education

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

Photography exhibitions

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


Lisa Milosavljevic Photography

Lisa Milosavljevic is a photographer in Iqaluit, Nunavut who documents cultural and environmental stories.
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