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”.

Listen to the podcast here.


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.




2016 Shoot with LaKendra Dennard, filmed by Nel Shelby for Jacob's Pillow

2016 LensWork 

Brooks Jensen of LensWork interviews Lois in depth about her creative process and her newest book, Lois Greenfield: Moving Still


2015 B&H Event Space

2016 B&H Prospectives

B&H takes us behind–the–scenes of Lois at work. 

2015 92nd Street Y

Elizabeth Streb, David Parsons and Ha-Chi Yu discuss their early collaboration with Lois and how it influenced their choreography.

"Sculpting Time" -  Lois discusses her influences and techniques. 

2015 Good Day NY Book Club: Moving Still

Rosanna Scott & Greg Kelly talk to Lois about her new book & the photos Lois took of them!


2015 The Candid Frame #300 - Lois Greenfield

Lois talks with Ibarionex Perello about her artistic process and her changing relationship with dance photography.

2011 A Peek at the Making of Lois Greenfield: Moving Still

Sophie Kuller's video takes us behind-the-scenes of Lois' photo shoot with her long term collaborator, Ha-Chi Yu.

2014 "LET'S MOVE"

NYU Tisch Dance and New Media program made a film in support of Michelle Obama’s “Let's Move” campaign. 

Check out her amazing shots of the dancers bouncing off the walls!


2012 "Fall for Dance" Photo Shoot

Behind-the-scenes video by Dance Pulp features dancers from Juilliard for New York City Center's 2012 Fall For Dance Festival poster.

2014 School of Visual Arts Lecture

Lois presents her work as part of i3: Images, Ideas, and Inspiration lecture series at the School of Visual Arts, NYC

EXCERPT from PillowTalk: Dance and Photography. Recorded August 7, 2010 as an open event for the exhibit Lois Greenfield: Imagined Moments curated by Jacob's Pillow Director of Preservation Norton Owen.

2010 The Anticipatory Art of Dance Photography, "Pillow Talks" at Jacob's Pillow

Lois discusses her exhibit "Imagined Moments" and its many themes. 



The award-winning "Caught in Paint" captures  artist Rita Blitt painting on transparent surfaces, while Lois captures David Parsons and his company imitating the dancing lines of Blitt's paint strokes.