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Lorenzo Brieba (#47080176)
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Bio Photo "How you die is more important than how you live"


Lorenzo Brieba is the last of the 20th Century 'old school photographers' & first of the 21st Century digital photography pioneers.

His style of social photography is bent towards destroying all legends as an ultimate point in life by finishing them off in death, according to his belief that:

“How you die, when you die, where you die, and why you died, determines how you lived"

Brieba believes that death is more important than life when seeking out the truth against social injustices.
A mastermind in the field of covert photography, his 'Death Camera', has accomplished every assignment pursued and was never defeated in any mission he accepted, earning the reputation of being the 'most dangerous photographer' alive.

Considered the 1% of the 5%, a typical Hemingway anti-hero compared as the modern day version of Robert Capa, always shunning the spotlight and refusing to blithely cash in on mainstream fame or demand under his nom de guerre, his photo influences are Matthew B. Brady, Alfred Stieglitz, Lewis Hines, Arthur "Weegee" Fellig, and Jacob Riis,

Brieba is the creative director and founder of 'NO Nation Productions' composed of 'Shoot That Shark Photo Lab' (STS) & 'Evil Echo Sound Studio' under the conglomeration known as 'L.B. - ACE ENTERPRISES', headquartered in Manhattan New York USA.

Historically he has been the only human to document certain historical events, locations, people etc..

His keen eye for photography was developed from years as a sniper stating that if you can see it, you can shoot it. If you can shoot it, you can kill it.

Believing that he was becoming desensitized to all horrors his profession entailed, he took up photography as a form of therapy to balance the impairments created by a callous society, replacing the gun with a camera and rifle scope with a camera viewfinder.

Although he is in high demand as a photographer, Brieba, prefers to photograph solitary graves in desolated cemeteries alone.

"Inoiz Negoziatzeko - Deus Geratzen"
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Flo W
Clara Firester
Thank you for taking the photo of Clara Firester's headstone. It is a beautiful headstone. So glad I could see it thanks to you.
Added by Flo W on Sep 04, 2014 10:14 PM
Maxine Kravitz
RE: Chim's grave
Please repost your photo. I really don't recall removing it.
Added by Maxine Kravitz on Aug 05, 2014 10:09 AM
Lois Nicholson
Isaac and Esther Perlstein
Dear Lorenze
I ment to say could you take a picture of my GG Grandparents grave who are buried in Mt Hebron Cemetery.
Thank you for your help.

Lois Nicholson
Added by Lois Nicholson on Apr 15, 2014 9:27 PM
Lois Nicholson
Isaac and Esther Perlstein
Dear Lorenzo,
I'm doing family research on Isaac and Esther Perlstein and their family.
Isaac and Esther Perlstein are my GG Grandparents. I was wondering if you could talk a picture of their grave for me.
Thank you for your help.

Lois Nicholson
Added by Lois Nicholson on Apr 15, 2014 9:20 PM
Stan Jett
Sgt Matthew D Wehausen
Sorry, but did not have the pleasure of his friendship.
Added by Stan Jett on Jan 15, 2014 5:43 PM
Elaine Alper
David Alper 1941
I am looking to have access to this record.

He is my husbands grandfather, and was married to Minnie Alper, also buried at Hebron.

Please advise.

Thank you.

Elaine Alper
Added by Elaine Alper on Dec 29, 2013 10:42 PM
RE: re: photo for ed koch
how too bad. is there a way to contact the managers of findagrave & tell them you have another photo that shows the epitaph? there must be a way you could get your other photo posted. and if you manage to do it would you please send me a message here so i can see it? i'd really appreciate it. or can you tell me what it says? thanks. orleans.
Added by orleans on Dec 13, 2013 8:57 PM
re: photo for ed koch
just wondering if you could upload the photo you took so that the viewer can click on it and enlarge it in order to read what it says? that would be great. the line "his father" is readable but the inscription beneath it isn't. neither is the bottom inscription of two lines at the base of the monument.
Added by orleans on Dec 12, 2013 1:14 AM
Ginny M
RE: Joseph Brooks
Thanks! In the smaller photo I thought the cemetery looked huge...this is a good help.
Added by Ginny M on Sep 14, 2013 4:29 PM
Ginny M
RE: Joseph Brooks
Thanks! If it is small, we have a fighting chance!
Added by Ginny M on Sep 12, 2013 6:55 PM
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