Leica Lounge & Book Signing: A Conversation with Lisette Morales McCabe & Aldeide Delgado | Fri, Apr 28, 2023 | 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Join us in the Leica Lounge on Friday, April 28, 2023 at 7:30pm for a talk and book signing with photographer Lisette Morales McCabe. This will be a conversation-based presentation between Lisette Morales McCabe and Aldeide Delgado, founder and director of the Women Photographers International Archive (WOPHA). This Leica Lounge focuses on Lisette’s new book, The Pulse of Nature, containing a variety of photographs from her long term project on Spirituality in the Florida Swamps. After the presentation, Lisette will be available to sign books.
The Leica Lounge is a lecture series hosted by Leica Store Miami which features presentations by local photographers, editors, gallerists and educators. Held monthly, these free events are designed to create and inspire the local photography community through sharing images and exchanging ideas.
About Pulse of Nature - Spirituality in the Florida Swamps:
The photography book contains a collection of 29 color images, created over the course of 5 years, covering a vast area of South Florida, from ancestral territory by airboat to the boardwalk of Six-Mile Cypress Slough Preserve. The book is an invitation to visit the outdoors and connect with Mother Nature. 10% of the proceeds from this book’s edition will be donated to Eco-Homies Organization and another 10% to Love the Everglades Movement.
PHOTOGRAPHER: Lisette Morales McCabe
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2023
About Lisette Morales McCabe:
Lisette Morales McCabe is a multicultural Nicaraguan-born photographer. Her work focuses on identity, gender, ecology, and heritage in connection to a sense of place. She's based in Southwest Florida. She’s a member of Diversify Photo, The Authority Collective, Love the Everglades Movement, WOPHA and Voices of the River of Grass. Her work has appeared on WGCU, NPR, Univision, Neapolitan Family Magazine, éBella Magazine, The News-Press, El Café Latino Magazine, Bloomberg Business News and Harvard Review on Latin America.
You can see more of Lisette's work here.