Lisette Omoss' photographs have been exhibited and published in prestigious places, including the 9-11 Memorial Museum in New York, and on everything from the cover of best-selling books to the web sites of internationally known cinematographers. Her work is captivating and majestic and can also be found gracing corporate offices in Southern California, Mexico and New York, as well as on the cover of prominent newspapers like the UT San Diego.
A California native with roots deep into Mexico, Lisette learned from childhood to see the world through grateful eyes. Lisette picked up her first camera at age 5 and fell in love with nature. Her images delicately reveal the very heart and soul of people and places in Mexico, India, Africa, Europe and South America (Ecuadorian Rainforest) and throughout the US. The viewer is transported into the magical, mysterious and sublime elements of the natural world, and of human experience.
Her first art book, “Images of Wonder”, will be published in 2013.