About

Lori Ordover creates  images of rudimentary scenes of daily life, landscapes and expressive portraits, Lori’s desire is to make strong, fearless, intriguing images—some images traditionally beautiful and others with a rougher, edgier aesthetic. Presently, Lori is working on a personal project, “Not Being Heard”, which is a study of her life growing up with a deaf parent.

Lori’s father, the inventor of the digital watch and a lover of technology, purchased a Konica camera for Lori in the early 70’s.  He gave her confidence to be curious and not fear failure. As a result Lori has always felt comfortable creating many styles of images using various film types and alternative processes and exposure modes as well as different development techniques in her basement darkroom. This practice continues today as Lori looks for innovative ways to capture and process her work.

Lori graduated in 2014 from the International Center of Photography Continuing Education Program. and studied under many accomplished photographers, including Anja Hitzenberger, Natan Dvir, and Andre Lambertson. In 2017,  Lori was a Finalist Nominee in the Professional Portrait category of the international Fine Art Photography Awards. Lori first solo exhibition was in 2015 entitled Urban Iconography at (le) Poisson Rouge’s Gallery. In 2017 Lori had two solo exhibitions of, LOGOS MMXVI at the Handwright Gallery and Umbrella Arts, and was included in a recent group show, IRRESISTIBLE VIETNAM in 2018 at the Umbrella Arts Gallery.