Lone Mørch is an award-winning author, photographer, speaker and adventuress. A Denmark native, she has traveled the world, living and working in Europe, Asia and America—a path that has given her a profound sense of a personal freedom and understanding of the influence of culture on female identity.
A fascination with the power of light in visual storytelling brought her to analog black and white photography. In 2004 she founded Lolo's Boudoir - a photo studio for women’s self-discovery – and since, more than a 1000 women of all ages and stages of life have sought her lensview to unveil and express their innermost selves. Her forthcoming book Unveiled chronicles her intimate photographic encounters and the complex truths the women uncovered.
She primarily shoots black and white, 35 mm film, uses Nikon F100, once in a blue moon F2 and D700. She likes to play with infra red and will dare herself and others underwater.
Her work has been featured in Instyle, Cosmopolitan, SF Chronicle, People's Magazine, Model Society, Light Journal, Huffington Post, Examiner, East Bay Express, 7×7, Daily Candy and many Danish and Nepalese magazines, newspapers and blogs. Her work has been exhibited in shows at venues in San Francisco and Switzerland.
Her essays have appeared in anthologies and in 2012 she published my intimate memoir Seeing Red: A Woman's Quest for Truth, Power and the Sacred – and her soul-baring quest for liberation. Climbing both inner and outer mountains, it takes you to the holy Mt. Kailas in Tibet, through marriage in San Francisco, and into the arms of the fierce goddess Kali in Kathmandu.
More on her website.