Lisa DuBois is a New York-based ethnographic photojournalist and curator. DuBois' work focuses on the subcultures of mainstream society. She increases societal cultural understanding through her articles and photographs of people expressing their culture through their customs and traditions. Community Works NYC selected DuBois as one of the heroes who helped Harlem heal during the pandemic for her outdoor Harlem exhibition in 2020, Her work as a curator and creative consultant for ArtontheAve launched the first indoor-outdoor exhibition along Columbus Ave. DuBois' widely collected work on Black subculture in New Orleans is a demonstration of her connection with the people of Louisiana. She has exhibited her work both nationally and internationally, most notably at the Gordon Parks Museum, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and the Aéroport in France. The Guardian, New York Times BronxNet, and NOLA TV have all conducted interviews with DuBois about her work.