Over the past four decades, Lisa Law's still and moving images have chronicled the social and cultural changes in America. Her career as a photographer began in the early Sixties, working as an assistant to Frank Werber, the manager of the Kingston trio. Whether backstage with The Beatles, Peter, Paul and Mary, Otis Redding, Andy Warhol and the Velvet Underground, taking promotional photos of Janis Joplin and Big Brother and the Holding COmpany, at home at The Castle making dinner for house guests like Bob Dylan or Barry McGuire, or helping feed hundreds of thousands at Woodstock with the Hog Farm Commune her passion for photography grew into a profession. Lisa's book, 'Flashing on the Sixies', is a distinctive pictorial record of the Sixties, a testament to her indefatigable search for memorable human images. Her perspective offers a sense of intimacy and spontaneity rarely seen by "outsiders."