Lisa Law’s photography career began in the early 1960s, working as an assistant to a manager in the rock and roll scene. In 1967 she chronicled the life of the flower children in the Haight Ashbury in San Francisco. She took her camera everywhere she went, including the Monterey Pop Festival, the anti-Vietnam march in San Francisco and the communes of New Mexico. Lisa’s work has been published in over 60 books and on 45 record albums, CDs and Tapes, and featured in publications such as Time, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, Vogue and Esquire. Her photos are displayed in many museums and private collections, including the Museum of American History at the Smithsonian.