Lisa Tanner was only seven when she took her first pictures on the PBS set with her father, the late Jazz photographer Lee Tanner. At that time, Lee was photographing the jazz and blues greats such as Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Eric Clapton and B.B. King for the PBS series he produced, Mixed Bag. Lisa would shoot alongside him using his old Mamiya twin-lens reflex camera. After studying at Parson's School of Art and Design in NYC, Lisa followed in her father's footsteps and was hired as a staff photographer for Atlantic Records in New York. There, she photographed everyone from The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, YES, Stevie Nicks, and Led Zeppelin. Lisa's evocative work was used as cover art for more than 20 albums. She also contributed to numerous magazines including Rolling Stone. Lisa splits her time between Los Angeles, and South Florida, she is a member of the International Cinematographers Guild Local 600 and the American Society for Media Photographers.