Harper's Magazine - The Last Frontier by Ted Conover - August 2019

New York Times Lens Blog - Tintype Portraits of Old-Time Musicians from Appalachia by Jim Estrin - March 2019

Smithsonian Magazine - Terrorized African-Americans Found Their Champion in Civil War Hero Robert Smalls by Douglas Egerton - September 2018

Harper's Magazine - All Over This Land: Local Politics in the age of Trump, Berkeley Springs, West Virginia - October 2017

Oxford American - A Photographer's Daybook by Lisa Elmaleh - December 2016

Oxford American - The Book Of The Dead by Catherine Venable Moore - December 2016

CNN.com - Modern-Day Musicians, Old-Time Feel by Allison Love - January 2016

Aperture - Portfolio Prize 2015 Winners: Lisa Elmaleh by Chris Boot - March 2015

Garden & Gun - Lyrical Portraits by Steve Russell - December 2014

National Geographic PROOF - Musings: Lisa Elmaleh’s Lyrical Tintypes From Appalachia by Becky Harlan - July 2014

PDN - Studio Visit: Lisa Elmaleh's Live-Work Space On Wheels by Holly Stewart Hughes - February 2014

Harper's Magazine - The Separating Sickness by Rebecca Solnit - June 2013

PDN's 30 2013 - March 2013

Harper's Magazine - Old Ms. J by Yoko Ogawa - February 2012

Harper's Magazine - Portfolio: Into the Shadow of These Trees - May 2011

NPR Picture Show Blog - 100 Words: Lisa Elmaleh On Photography - January 2010

Dear Dave, Magazine - A Pilgrim Amongst Us by Anna Blume - Winter 2008/9

Lisa Elmaleh Photography

Lisa Elmaleh, 1984, USA, lives in West Virginia, and is a photographer who uses an 8x10 large format camera, the wet plate collodion process, and travels the country in a red pickup truck working in the Everglades and Appalachia.
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