A brilliant freelance photographer based in New York City, Gigi Stoll specializes in portraits, humanitarian, and fine art photography, and is acclaimed for her outstanding work in all three genres. A veteran pro, her work has appeared in numerous top-tier publications, notably Conde Nast Traveler, Harper’s Bazaar, British Vogue, Vanity Fair, W Magazine, GQ Japan, and Instyle, among others. Her clients include The International Leica Society, Leica Camera Blog, ISMS Operation Kids, P.INK (Personal Ink) Project, Belmond Hotels, 100cameras.org, Save The Children, SAGE, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation, etc. She shot for Vogue Paris from 2004-2008, and in 2014 had a two-woman show with Stephanie Tamez, at the Debuck Gallery in New York. This year she participated in a group show, her first museum show including 5 large prints—Tattooed New York— at the New York Historical Society Museum & Library, and it was covered in the NY Times Arts Section.