Growing up in California, Lisa Hoffner traversed hillsides on horseback, hiked through ancient redwood forests and biked the sweeping coastline--spending every moment of her free time in the outdoors.  This laid the foundation for a love of travel and the natural world that carried into her professional life.  Armed with her camera, and sometimes still on horseback, it soon became the goal to communicate the beauty of nature through her photography. Lisa's insatiable curiosity has taken her around the globe but the main focus is photographing endangered species in Africa and South America. Telling stories of treasured places, exotic wildlife and unique cultures has become her passion.  Her goal:  to inspire others about our world worth preserving.  

Her work has been recognized nationally and internationally in various publications such as BBC Wildlife, Natural History, National Geographic, Outside Magazine, and Ranger Rick.  Her photographs have been winners in Nature’s Best and National Wildlife Magazine photography contest and displayed as fine art in the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. Lisa is represented by the Danita Delimont Agency as well as Nature Picture Library in the UK.



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