She began her career shooting musicians Moby, Lauryn Hill, and Maxwell, as well as personalities like Debi Mazar and Spike Lee. She worked for British Vogue and for VIBE, where she was a contributing photographer and columnist for two years. While shooting stills on a music video the director asked Lisa to shoot B roll; so began her career as a cinematographer. - https://minormattersbooks.com/pages/lisa-leone
She has recently made a book called 'HERE I AM', I really want it!
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Any way I was looking at her work because her style and subject matter is very relevant to the work I am currently producing, I have always known about her photography and it was only until recently that I came across her videography which can all be found on her Vimeo page - https://vimeo.com/lisaleone . I love how she is using these mediums to tell the stories of young individuals, this video specifically (above). When watching these videos I am thinking of the documentary to create back in my home town at some point, so I'm thinking, camera position, lighting, audio clarity, music, transitions, voice over points, B roll, Titles. as much as I can take from it i'm evaluating.
Firstly she is close to the subjects,
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