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Lisa Law

(1943 - )

Growing up, Lisa Law spent time in San Francisco and Los Angeles. At 21, while working for Frank Werber, manager of the Kingston Trio, she was handed a used Honeywell Pentax camera and asked to photograph the musicians for the record label. Shortly after, she met her husband Tom and moved to -€œThe Castle-€, a residence in Los Angeles and a stopping place for creative individuals moving to LA-€™s art scene. While living at -€œThe Castle-€ she photographed the visitors and lodgers that came through. Many went on to stardom such as Bob Dylan, Andy Warhol, and the Velvet Underground. In 1967, she and her husband Tom Law along with a group of like-minded folks decided to move to New Mexico in a converted school bus. They stopped at the Monterey Pop Festival on their way to New Mexico. Lisa was pregnant with her first child and spent most of her time during the festival playing host to the festivalgoers at the -€œtrip tent-€. While she did manage to shoot a few acts performing, she often focused her camera on what was going on around the fairgrounds. After the festival, Lisa continued her journey and settled in New Mexico near the -€œHog Farm-€ commune. Lisa still works as a photographer and has produced several books and a film documenting life in the 1960-€™s.


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