Lisette Morales is a Nicaraguan-born freelance photographer based in Florida since 2001 whose work concentrates on women’s issues, human rights and migration. Lisette is a member of The Artful Activist, Inspiration Pollination, The Authority Collective and Colectivo Liminal.


  • Jan 17-Mar 24, 2019 Compathy | Compatía solo photography exhibit in the Community Gallery at the HistoryMiami Museum

  • 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