Joan Lobis Brown’s photography highlights important social and environmental concerns.
The portraiture projects document disadvantaged and sometimes hidden populations such as at-risk LGBTQ youth and people living with HIV/AIDS. Other projects explore global warming’s influence in the Antarctica and the Artic.
This current project, about Baby Boomer Women, tells the stories of uncelebrated, courageous and inspirational women.
Joan Lobis Brown studied photography in the International Center of Photography, Advanced Studies Program. She has a BA, a JD and an LLM in law.
She is exhibited in Australia, Africa, Europe and the United States. Her work has been selected for forty international juried group competitions since 2013.