SELECTED VIDEOS & PODCASTS
Inside the Photographer’s Mind: Lois Greenfield
Chris Gampat of The Phoblographer, in conjunction with Adorama, interviews Lois Greenfield about her creative timeline from her iconic black and white, square-format photographs on film to her groundbreaking new “One to One” series shot digitally in color.
The Moving Architects hosts Movers & Shapers: Lois Greenfield, Defying Gravity as well as Logic
Lois Greenfield joins in conversation with Erin Carlisle Norton, Artistic Director of The Moving Architects, in which they discuss the inspiration behind the creation of Lois’ body of work, from her classic black and white images up to her latest monograph and newest exhibit of the same name, “Lois Greenfield: Moving Still”.
ASMP New York presents Moving Still: A Conversation with Lois Greenfield
Lois Greenfield joins in conversation with Paul Galando, Founding Director of Dance and New Media at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, in which they discuss her new body of work as well as the inspiration, methods, and approaches that have motivated the creation of her groundbreaking images.
2017 Bienal Internacional de Danza Cali
Behind the Scenes video of Lois's shoot with Tatiana Martinez of Colombia's Incolballet for the Bienal de Danza Cali
Bienal Internacional de Danza official commercial featuring Tatiana Martinez of Incolballet.
Adobe - Make It.
Lois chats with Josh Haftel on Adobe Creative Cloud's 'Make It' about her unconventional approach to dance photography.
Epson - Print Your Legacy
Lois talks about her career as a photographer and capturing the "impossible moments" often missed by the naked eye as well as the importance of a print.
2016 Photo London
Lois in conversation with Thames and Hudson's Commissioning Editor for Photography Andrew Saniger.
2016 B&H Podcast: Dance Photography with Lois Greenfield & Omar Z. Robles
Senior Producer John R. Harris and Host Allan Weitz of the B&H Photography Podcast series, are joined by Lois and Omar Z. Robles, an official Fujifilm X-Photographer, to talk about their distinctive work and shooting styles.