Lisa Newberry-Harris is a conceptual fine art photographer living in Montgomery, TX. She received her BFA in photography/ digital media from the University of Houston, and her MFA in photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design.

Lisa’s work explores such themes as human connection, perception, and purpose within contemporary society.

Currently, Lisa is exploring the biological, geological, and human factors affecting Texas lands with drone photography.


Exhibitions & Awards

*2021 6/12- 9/11 “Regarding Space”, Curated by Valerie Yaklin-Brown, Spring Street Studios, 1824 Spring Street, Houston, TX

*2019 10/21- 11/15 “Thoughts Determine Life”, MFA Thesis Exhibition, Mary Matteson-Parrish Art Gallery, Lone Star College-Montgomery, Conroe, TX

*2018 “#tpsNewVisions: A Student Show”, juror Kenda North, Tammy Cromer Gallery, Dallas, TX

*2017 “Texas Photographic Society 30th Annual Members Only Show”, juror Malcolm Daniel, The Silo at Sawyer Yards, Houston, TX

*2014 “Unrestricted Boundaries”, Mary Matteson-Parrish Art Gallery, Lone Star College-Montgomery, Conroe, TX

*2013 “3rd Annual International Holga Out of the Box Photography Competition Exhibition”, TCC Photo Gallery, Longview, TX

*2010 “Discover Downtown 36 Hour Film Competition”, 1st Place Winner, Spiva Center For the Arts, Joplin, MO

*2002 “Burning Down the Block: Photography and Video Art Exhibition”, Fire Station #3, Houston, TX

*2002 “Emerging: Undergraduate Student Photography Exhibition”, Lyndall Finley Wortham Theatre, University of Houston, Houston, TX

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