To view a selection of Lisa's fine art photography, including her most recent series and accompanying book, Through the Lens of an American Woman Alone in Cuba: The Week Before Obama's Historic Visit, click here. In addition to this book, a wide array of publications feature Lisa's photography and writing, and can be viewed here.
Lisa works especially well with talent, understanding that role in a project first hand, as she has been performing as long as she has been creating media. Lisa has appeared in commercials, television, print and online media, and the Grammy award-winning music video for the longest running #1 Billboard song of all-time, "Old Town Road" (www.LisaKEntertainment.com).
Lisa graduated Cum Laude from North Carolina State University and later studied film at Duke University's Center for Documentary Studies. She also studied at l'Université Catholique de Lille in France.
Please email her if you would like to connect or collaborate: Lisa@VeriteCreative.com
Lisa Konczal's approach when interfacing with clients, subjects and shooting comes from a natural propensity toward authentic human connection, empowerment and an impassioned life.
Vérité Creative is the freelance work of Lisa Konczal, a journey that started in documentary film many years ago, that evolved to include commercial content, music and high-end event coverage, as well as publicity stills and behind-the-scenes.
Her media creates authentic connections between the brands she collaborates with and their subsequent expanding customer market. Working with brands from fashion to sports equipment, to films and bands, Lisa's still photography and video marketing content connects meaningful messages to an engaged customer community for digital / social media distribution, print ...and beyond.
She has photographed for broadcast television, feature films, print and online media, and worked with both local and international crews, including an array of Oscar, Emmy and Grammy award-winning filmmakers, actors and musicians.
In 2007, Lisa was one of twenty filmmakers from around the world to receive a grant and invitation from the French government to attend the Cannes Film Festival and premiere her first documentary, Bikini Kansho.