Lloyd Wolf is an award-winning photographer with work included in the Library of Congress, the Katzen Museum of Art, the Museum of Jewish Heritage, American University of Cairo, and many others. He is a chief photographer of Columbia Pike Documentary Project (CPDP). He has been in over 150 national and international exhibitions, including 50 solo shows. He has worked for The Washington Post Magazine, National Geographic Explorer, Elle, People, Vogue and many other publications. He received a National Endowment for the Arts grant in 1980. A member of the US House and Senate Press Photographer’s Gallery, he is also chief photographer for the Columbia Pike Documentary Project. His project, "Washington's Other Monuments," on homemade street shrines to violence victims was featured in the Washington Post Magazine and NPR. Books include Living Diversity, Transitions, Jewish Mothers: Strength Wisdom Compassion, Jewish Fathers: A Legacy of Love and Facing the Wall. Americans at the Vietnam Memorial. He has taught at George Mason University, Shepherd College, to homeless youth in DC, and to immigrant teenagers in Arlington VA. He also covered photography for Prio Bangla’s Multicultural Festivals and Cultural Programs, some of his photography published in the CPDP and exhibited in Library of Virginia.