Lisa J. Goodman
Since graduating from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh twenty years ago,
Lisa Goodman has photographed throughout the U.S., Europe, Mexico, the
Caribbean, Central America, and Africa. Her work has appeared in books
and guides such as The Best of Photography Annual, America
the Beautiful, and the Washington DC Visitors Guide. She
has been honored with one person shows at The Art Institutes of Pittsburgh
and Philadelphia. A member of The American Society of Media Photographers,
Lisa has written an article on business practices published in the national
newsletter, and was featured in the ASMP Philadelphia Portfolio. Her
work has appeared on Kodak film packaging, credit cards, and in a 100
year time capsule for the U.S. government. She has photographed Arnold
Schwartzenegger, Dr. J (Julias Irving), James Earl Jones, and Maya Angelou.
Her work has received awards from the Eastman Kodak Company, International
Association of Business Communicators, The National Calendar Marketing
Association, Philadelphia Art Directors Club and the Professional Photographers
of America. The State of Delaware recognized her work by awarding her
with an Individual Artist Fellowship in the Established Photography
category. Along with her assignment work, Lisa is currently working
on two children's photography books, a line of greeting cards, and notecards.
She is proud to say that her work is available through The Image Bank,
(Getty Images - the largest stock photography agency in the world).
Lisa's work has sold in over twenty-eight countries and across five