Lone Mørch is an award-winning author, photographer, speaker and producer, driven by a deep sense of freedom and social justice. An advocate for female sovereignty, she explores the crossroads between veils, words, art, politics, body and self. The founder of Lolo’s Boudoir, Lone has helped liberate hundreds of women through her transformative photography, empowerment programs and retreats.
Her award-winning book, Seeing Red: A Woman’s Quest for Truth, Power and the Sacred (She Writes Press, 2012), is a candid account of her own path to liberation.
Her award-winning book, Seeing Red: A Woman’s Quest for Truth, Power and the Sacred (She Writes Press, 2012), is a candid account of her own path to liberation. Her coming book, Unveiled, chronicles her intimate photographic encounters with women of all ages and stages of life, and how the therapeutic power of the lens has healed, transformed and awakened both the seer and the seen.
In her past life, she's worked to strengthen local community organizations for CARE in Nepal, was team manager at the KaosPilot University in San Francisco, led a pilgrimage to the holy Mount Kailas and produced videos and curated mixed media installations with ideagarden.
Lone’s work has been featured in InStyle, Cosmopolitan, San Francisco Chronicle, The Huffington Post, Professional Photographer, The Examiner, 7x7, People's Magazine, anthologies, and internationally, as well as been exhibited in San Francisco and Switzerland. She splits her time between the United States and Europe.
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The women in the media are not real. The women that go to Lone are as real as it gets. That’s why when you see her photos you want to know more – you want to know these women, and you want to join in and play too. Lone is an amazing woman. Actually amazing is a poor description as she encompasses and lives her life the way I have wanted to for so long but never knew and still don’t really even know how. But in the short time I spent with her I did learn that you need to love yourself, your body and your soul and trust it when it tries to take you somewhere you’re not quite sure you want to go. While this all began with my idea to be photographed with a corset, it sure did not have anything to do with that in the end. ~ Rebecca
Lone bares her soul on the page of Seeing Red, not in some self-indulgent way, but with self-deprecating humor, and the courage to dig up and expose her own patterns. The ones that keep her trapped, and fluttering around the flame of another's approval (particularly 'the man') and in doing so, in reaching for her own liberation, painful hand-hold by hand-hold, she helps free us all. She paints an enticing picture of that freedom, of what it is to live life as full blown sensual woman. A great memoir in the tradition of Eat Pray Love, but without the safety net of a paid year off to 'discover yourself'–instead its the messy real life situation of living your truth, year by year, with everything on the line. No 'Do-over's' possible, and not a pizza or Bali sunset in sight! Well done Lone! ~ Vanda Marlow