In addition to her work with people she has extensive experience photographing architectural interiors and exteriors. Her involvement with her family owned, home furnishings business, and the many homes and spaces she has photographed over the years, has helped to refine and enhance her acute, aesthetic sensibility and her attention to detail, light and composition.
Having raised three kids, Lorin is a natural with children of all ages. An active volunteer, for over 10 years, at a home for abused teenage girls, she is particularly passionate about helping kids in crisis and underserved youth. Her not-for-profit clients are her “meaningful work, says Lorin. “ Photography can be an incredibly powerful tool for inspiring self esteem and awareness and capturing an emotional moment in an image, can directly influence the viewers response and desire to help a cause. I love making that contribution.”
Lorin has taught photography to teenagers via The Josephine Herrick Project and ICP’s Community Partnership programs. These programs provides young people from underserved communities an opportunity to better understand and connect to their artistic sensibility and their communities through photography. She was also an advisor to a team of students participating with Builders Beyond Borders, a local and global community service program and a long time volunteer and board member at Project Return – a safe haven for homeless teenage girls.
Lorin’s greatest passion is travel. Always with camera in hand, she has photographed in – Portugal, Spain, England, Italy, France, Israel, South and Central America and the USA, amongst other places. Focused on the juxtaposition of how people live within their communities, she is most concerned with capturing a moment in time and place that reveals a land, its people, and culture.
Lorin’s photographs have appeared in magazines, corporate annual reports, book jackets, brochures, websites, and advertisements.
“Photography can be an incredibly powerful tool for inspiring self esteem and awareness and capturing an emotional moment in an image, can directly influence the viewers response and desire to help a cause. I love making that contribution.”