Photography by Lois Greenfield
Lois Greenfield is a photographer made famous by her ability to capture the human form in motion and her use of it as a compositional element in her art.
She studied anthropology and filmmaking at Brandeis University in the late 1960s. After graduating from Brandeis University in 1970, she started working towards this goal, freelancing for Boston’s counter-cultural newspapers, photographing everything from maximum-security prisons to rock concerts.
Throughout this prolific career, Lois has continued to photograph both the world’s most well known dance companies as well as talented emerging artists, while maintaining a thriving commercial photography business.