A story of justice found within the shape of a face.

Lois Gibson is considered by many to be the most successful forensic artist in the world. Using skills in art, witness interviewing, and facial reconstruction, Gibson has helped solve over 1,200 cases by sketching portraits of both victims and criminals all over the United States. In 2005, she was even placed in the Guinness Book of World Records because of her success in suspect identifications. EIS finds Gibson at her home in Spring, Texas where she tells stories of an early career in modeling, surviving a brutal attack, and her fascination with faces.

Photos of Lois sketching by Justin Hollar

Music by High Aurad and Mike Shiflet

All other images courtesy of Lois Gibson.
To find out more about Lois’ class go HERE.

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