1) IPPY - Independent Publisher Awards for Photography - Gold  (search for my name on the page)

2) IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award for Art/Photography - Silver

3) Foreword Reviews' 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year

4) The Photo Awards. 1st place photo book.  (search for my name on the page) and you can see it here.


1) The Photo Book

2) The Guardian UK

3) Photographers Forum Magazine


1) TED short film festival. (search for my name on the page)

2) Longitude Books Article

Book Specs:

Publisher: Insight Editions.

Title: Cuba: This Moment, Exactly So.

Includes: 250 black+white and color images, from Lorne’s 20-years of shooting in Cuba, along 32 micro stories from two-time Pulitzer Prize nominated poet Brian Andreas, a foreword by noted author Pico Iyer and introduction by art historian Gerry Badger. The limited edition version includes a 60-song Cuban Music compilation.


Lorne Resnick/Photographer is an award-winning fine art and commercial photographer. His striking fine art and commercial images have been exhibited in galleries and have been used commercially for annual reports, billboards, television, web sites and for worldwide advertising campaigns. He currently has eleven fine art posters published of his travel work and is a recipient of the prestigious Travel Photographer of the Year award plus numerous commercial photography awards. Lorne’s first book, Live in Concert: 10 Years of Rock and Roll, has become a sought-after chronicle of legendary rock performances from Aerosmith to ZZ Top.

Brian Andreas/Writer is known worldwide for his lyrical & evocative short story writing and is the two-time Pulitzer Prize–nominated author of 12 books including Traveling Light, Some Kind of Ride and Something Like Magic. In 2013 Brian traveled with Lorne to Cuba and wrote new stories for Cuba: This Moment, Exactly So based on his experiences there and the images that Lorne has created in Cuba over the last 20 years.

Gerry Badger/Introduction is a photographer, curator and critic. He has written extensively for the photographic press and has curated a number of photographic exhibitions. Among his books are The Pleasures of Good Photographs (winning the ICP writer of the year award in 2011), Collecting PhotographyThe Genius of Photography and with Martin Parr, three volumes of The Photobook: A History.

Pico Iyer/Foreword is the author of a dozen books on travel & culture, including Video Night in Kathmandu, The Global Soul and the novel Cuba and the Night. He is also a longtime contributor to Harper’sTimeCondé Nast Traveler and more than 150 other magazines across the globe. Though he has traveled from Ethiopia to Easter Island and North Korea to Tibet, he often feels that the destination that has excited him most is Cuba.