Lombroso's signature photographic style has positioned her as a contemporary master in the world of fashion, portraiture, travel and children photography.
After completing her degree in fine art, specializing in sculpture, Dorit Lombroso studied advertising photography at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. She embarked on her career as a commercial photographer in N.Y. Although Dorit Lombroso has been a major participant in the world of advertising, she has carefully carved out her own niche - operating with a signature style suggesting nostalgia and sensuality.
Her children photography expresses moody and romantic visions of a world filled with beauty and innocence.
In her destination images, she explores an additional dimension to the countries visited, by creating photographs in the spirit of the country's masters of fine arts.
She draws on the rules of painting, constructing the picture for the camera with the original source in mind.
She was assigned campaigns to bring the dream of several painters of Modernism, Fauvism, and Expressionism into the realm of photography and contemporary commercial needs.
For Tahiti Board of Tourism, she photographed a campaign according to Paul Gauguin. For Mexico Board of Tourism, she photographed images after Frida Kahlo and Diego Riviera, for Victoria Secret after Henri Rousseau and for Caesar Palace after Lawrence Alma-Tadema.
Dorit Lombroso's recognition has lead to commissions of her photography for campaigns for companies including Kodak, Victoria's Secret, Avon, Reebok, Cherokee, Bausch and Lomb, American Airlines, Radisson Seven Seas, Board of Tourism of Mexico and Tahiti, Dr.Pepper, General Foods, Chevrolet, Pampers, Johnson & Johnson, Carnations, Disney, Mattel, Caesar's Palace and St. Regis Resorts. Her work illustrates music albums (BMG Sony, RCA) and book covers (Penguin, Atlantic and Grove Press) and won awards for best editorial and advertising.
Currently, Dorit is working on a fundraising project, photographing the lost tribe of Bnei Menashe who live in the remote villages of North East India.