Working with black and white darkroom collages, Isa Lorenzo has garnered followers and collectors from all over the world. Lorenzo's silver gelatin works, tackling memory, fleeting circumstances and personal history, are simultaneously delicate and alluring. A graduate of the New School Parsons School of Design, with a Masters Degree in Media Studies/Photography, Lorenzo has shown at the Museum of Modern Art, the International Center of Photography, and the Thomas Werner Gallery, all in New York City; at the UNESCO House in Paris; and at the Cultural Center of the Philippines and Silverlens Gallery in Manila. She is the Founder and Creative Director of the Silverlens Galleries in Manila, 3 independent art spaces (Silerlens, SLab, and 20Square) specializing in contemporary art (2004). She established the Silverlens Foundation in 2006 which awards grants annually to photographers and artists working with photography.