Lisa Law is an American photographer and filmmaker, who is best known for the book and documentary about the 1960s titled Flashing on the Sixties.
Lisa's career as a photographer began in the early sixties. With a new Honeywell Pentax camera in hand and working as an assistant to a manager in the rock and roll scene she began taking pictures. Whether she was backstage with The Beatles, Peter, Paul and Mary, The Kingston Trio, Otis Redding, The Lovin Spoonful, The Velvet Underground, The Byrds, taking promotional photographs of Janis Joplin and Big Brother, or at home making dinner for house guests like Bob Dylan or Andy Warhol or helping feed hundreds of thousands at Woodstock with the Hog Farm Commune, her passion for photography grew into a profession as she sported her new Nikon F.
Here's a collection of interesting portraits of Bob Dylan in polka dot series taken by Lisa Law in Los Angeles, CA 1966.
(Images © Lisa Law, via The Morrison Hotel® gallery)