Lisa-Marie Kaspar, born in 1993, is a photographer from Würzburg, Germany, who mainly works on analogue film material. For ten years now she has been working with the medium of photography, first exploring it, then eventually finding her own style and language within this field and thus her true passion. Her photographs often revolve around the female point of view and telling visual stories, not rarely with a melancholic tone to them. For a few years now, her work’s focus has also been on environmental topics such as the problem of plastic pollution, and her aim is to contribute to raising awareness of ecological problems now and in the future.
After completing her Bachelor’s (2017) and Master’s (2020) degree at at the University of Applied Sciences in Würzburg, Germany as Communications Designer with photography as her main medium and an exchange semester at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano in the field of Eco-Social Design, she is pursuing food and product photography besides her work as a portrait and conceptual artist.
Her final Masters’ project can be viewed here.
From February 2020 until August 2021, she has been working for a bakery as (food) photographer and graphic designer in Würzburg. Now she is concentrating on her freelance business.
As of autumn 2022, Lisa-Marie is relocating to Hamburg.
C41 magazine, Photoklassik, Luv&Lee Magazin, Slow Death, kwerfeldein.de, Mainpost, Photofotomag, If You Leave Shortlist 2016, Mauer Mag, Pictures 6/22
Exhibitions and Prizes
2022 Open Call “Post Lockdown Humanity – Understanding the Change”: Mentorship Award by Jergon Studio