Lisa Talbot is a Los Angeles based photographer specializing in architectural and object photography.
She has photographed for such places as The Museum of Contemporary Art, J. Paul Getty Museum, rsfLA, Angel City West, many small business, and for artists and galleries in the greater Los Angeles area. She graduated from Art Center College of Design in 2001 and has been a freelance photographer for the last 12 years.
Lisa received her MFA in 2012 at California State University, Long Beach where she focused on fine art photography as well as teaching. In her fine art practice, Lisa builds small scale environments and photographs them as they change and evolve over long periods of time, often several years. Her work provokes a sense of stepping beyond the limits of physicality into the realms of the psyche. Her work has been shown at galleries such as the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, and the Laguna Art Museum.
Lisa also teaches photography. Her love of photography has drawn her to share her wide range of knowledge and experience with others. She has taught at CSULB, Long Beach City College and is currently teaching at Rio Hondo College and California State University, Northridge.
- Full time
- Part time
- One time
Rio Hondo Communicty College
From January 2014
Photo 190: Beginning Black and White Photography
Photo 191: Intermediate Black and White Photography
California State University, Northridge
Art 250 Photography I
Long Beach City College
August 2013 - December 2013
Art 80 Elements of Photography
California State University Long Beach
January 2012 - May 2012
The J Paul Getty Trust
March 2008 - May 2009
Lisa Talbot Photography
January 2002 - January 2002
Qualifications & Certifications
California State University-Long Beach
Art Center College of Design