Lori Hawkins

Lori Hawkins is a New York-based photographer. After years of working at Kodak and other photography-oriented businesses, she turned to pursue her personal vision as a documentary photographer. She is drawn to issues at the intersection of human rights, post-conflict development and the empowerment of women in marginalized societies. Some of her recent work includes capturing Liberia’s ongoing transition to democracy following the civil war and the Ebola epidemic, and capturing the work of doctors in rural Kenya battling high rates of maternal deaths during childbirth. Her work aims to find the middle ground between news and documentary, where the viewer will be both informed and challenged into action.

Archive Exhibitions Featuring Lori Hawkins

Too Far to Walk

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
 archive : 2018

Saving Mothers presents a series of photographs from a community in Northern Kenya where women suffer disproportionately from poor access to health services, discrimination, and at times, victimization by harmful traditions.

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