Lisa Iaboni is an award-winning multimedia producer, art director, photographer and content strategist.
With 15+ years experience creating original content for news, technology and nonprofit organizations. She specializes in working with mission-driven organizations to better engage and activate digital audiences by developing content strategies that include powerful cross-platform storytelling. While she thrives as a cross-functional player -- aligning and problem-solving with product and editorial teams - she is self-motivated and loves getting her hands dirty working independantly.
She is the former art director at The Marshall Project where she oversaw photography and illustration for daily and feature stories including the “An Unbelievable Story of Rape,” winner of the 2016 Pulitzer prize for explanatory reporting with ProPublica. Prior to receiving her Master of Fine Arts in Digital + Media from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2011, she was a senior multimedia producer at The New York Times. There she contributed to interactive and video packages for breaking news and enterprise projects, including the 2010 Emmy awarding-winning “One in 8 Million.” She has taught video and multimedia classes at RISD, The International Center of Photography and for National Press Photographers Association workshops.