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Exhibit Support With Lisa DuBois

SDN Exhibit Support

Lisa DuBois, SDN Photo editor and Diversity Advisor, is available to help photographers edit and post their exhibits to the SDN website. Lisa brings many years of experience as a curator and photographer with more than ten exhibits on the SDN platform. View all Lisa's galleries on the SDN website here.

If you need assistance in the following areas, you can contact her at: sdn.lisa.dubois@gmail.com

  • Developing a story idea.
  • Edit photos to make the most compelling gallery on SDN.
  • Technical aspects of preparing your images for the SDN website, uploading files, and entering text.

Creating an exhibit on SDN allows you to tell the world about a topic important to you and may be of great interest to the public. Your exhibit will be a collection of a minimum of six images accompanied by a written narrative. When selecting photographs for SDN, choose images that show both technical skill and creativity. Photos with good lighting, composition, and exposure will provide a strong foundation for your exhibit. Exhibits with text and photos that expertly capture meaningful moments will be featured on our home page.

Lisa DuBois
Photo Editor and Diversity Advisor

Lisa DuBoisLisa DuBois is a New York-based ethnographic photojournalist and curator. Her work focuses on subcultures within mainstream society. Her widely collected work on Black subculture in New Orleans is a demonstration of her deep love for history and tradition. She has exhibited her work both internationally and domestically, including at the Schomburg Cultural Center for Research in Black Culture, and at the Gordon Parks Museum in Fort Kansas. She has been interviewed on BronxNet, Nola TV, and Singleshot about her work. Lisa received a BFA from the School of Visual Arts and a degree in Metaphysical Science at the University of Metaphysics. As a freelance photographer, she has contributed to several major news publications and stock photo agencies including Getty, Post, and the Daily News. Lisa has been recognized by The Guardian and the New York Times for her work as a photographer and curator for X Gallery.  Her most recent project as creative consultant and curator for ArtontheAve helped to launch the first socially distanced outdoor exhibition along Columbus Avenue in New York City. Lisa is a member of Enfoco contributor for Routes magazine and Edge of Humanity magazine. Photo © Eduardo Duarte.