Photo by Lucrezia Dipasquale

Photo by Lucrezia Dipasquale


I am currently a freelance photographer based in Southwest Florida represented by ZUMA Press. My background is in visual arts and marketing. For the past few years I have worked on editorial but I’m available for general news and documentary assignments. My personal photographic work concentrates on long-form documentaries covering race representation and migration. I am a member of the The Authority Collective, Colectivo Liminal, Fotógrafas Latam, and The Artful Activist.


  • March-May 2020 Solo exhibit at the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society Museum (more information coming soon!) thanks to the support from the National Endowments for the Arts

  • May 2020 Wisdom Keepers solo photo exhibit at Norris Center as a joint effort with the United Arts Council of Collier County - this is a selection of 24 images of portraits of hands of wise women and their words of wisdom

  • October 2019 I Stand with Farmworkers photo exhibit and conversation with Gerardo Reyes from the Coalition of Immokalee Workers hosted by Francesco Masala-Martínez, PhD at Florida Gulf Coast University

  • April 18, 2019 Harvest without Violence a pop-up art gallery and panel conversation with women of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers and photographer Lisette Morales hosted by the Florida Gulf Coast University Student Farmworker Alliance

  • Jan 17-Mar 24, 2019 Compathy: Latinas on both sides of the lens solo photography exhibit at the HistoryMiami Museum’s Community Gallery - A collection of 22 images of empowered Latinas whose names are invisible to mainstream media

  • December 1-29, 2018 Collect for Change re:home a For Freedoms Exhibit at the Minnesota Street Project Art Gallery in San Franscisco curated by Amy Kisch, Candance Huey, and Suzanne Zuber

  • July-August 2018 “It’s Time: An Uncensored Look at the Time’s Up and #MeToo Movements” Group Exhibit with two photographs at the OCCCA (Orange County Center for Contemporary Art)

  • July 2018 Colectivo Liminal Photography Group Exhibit at Through this Lens Gallery in Durham, North Carolina with all proceeds to support two organizations keeping families together

  • June 2018 Camera USA Photography Exhibition Merit Award for "Margarita Claro"  Review by Harriet Howard Heithaus for the Naples Daily News

  • October 2017 NAA's Animals: Fact and Fiction Group Exhibit with "Panthers, Humans, and Pythons Oh my! 

  • August 2017 NAA's Your Choice Non-Juried Group Exhibit with Love Bleeding Lies/Forgiveness Acrylic Painting 

  • June 2017 Camera USA Exhibition Finalist with photograph "Feminism is Universal" 

  • June 2017 Unnatural Election Online Exhibit with two illustrations titled Bandera #1 and Bandera #2 curated by Andrea Arroyo 

  • December 2016 NAA's Passionately Repurposed: Art from Recycled and Found Materials Exhibition Merit Award for "Sad Girl Unraveled" a knitted artwork made using unraveled sweaters purchased from thrift shops

  • December 2016 ACT's White Gallery Exhibit Love Bleeding Lies 20 acrylic paintings - Female Trio Show

  • March 2016 SBDAC Notes Group Show People's Choice Award for "The Letter" Diptych Paintings in Acrylic