Linda Wolf is a humanistic photographer known for her global portraiture which focuses on women and indigenous cultures. Over her fifty plus years as an artist she has moved seamlessly through photojournalism, fine art, street, portrait, and rock & roll photography. Her work is part of numerous collections in institutions, libraries and museums worldwide. Her work has been published in Le Monde, Japan Times, The Times of London, Los Angeles Times, Artweek, Alfred Van Der Marck Editions, WET Magazine, Rangefinder Magazine, Rolling Stone, and in feature films, including Twenty Feet From Stardom, Joe Cocker Mad Dogs & Englishmen, and Bridge of Glass, a short about her mother, the poet Barbara Wolf. She was one of the “100 top photographers worldwide” for the book, Twenty-four Hours in the Life of L.A. and has contributed to numerous books, CD, music videos, and record album covers. In 2014, the MacArthur Foundation invited her to document human justice stories in Oaxaca Mexico, and to give a key-note speech at the Oaxaca State Department of Justice, and the Tanivet Women's Prison on the philosophy of the non-profit she founded, Teen Talking Circles.