PHOTOgraphy

Compelling photography with a unique, documentary style. Liz received her degree in photojournalism and for over a decade has created striking visuals to help clients communicate the meaningful work they do.

VIDEOGRAPHY

Short videos that are people-focused and impactful. Liz acts as producer, shooter, and editor to deliver content that resonates with target audiences.

 

Youth Count Texas! is an initiative led by the nonprofit Texas Network of Youth Services (TNOYS) to help Texas better understand and serve homeless youth. Liz traveled statewide to photograph, film, and interview individuals in conjunction with the first ever count of youth who are homeless or experiencing housing instability in Texas. The photo and video deliverables were used alongside data collected from the count to make policy recommendations to the Legislature that support this vulnerable population.

 
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WILDLIFE DESIGNS TAXIDERMY

LUNAR NOURISHMENT

CAPITAL METRO

TEXANS CARE 

FOR CHILDREN

FOUNDATION COMMUNITIES

HONG KONG DESIGN INSTITUTE

HONG KONG SUNDAYS

 

A multimedia project commissioned by The Nature Conservancy, which focused on the impact of climate change on U.S. coastal areas. The work illustrated sustainable measures being taken to help reduce the impact of natural disasters on the places we work and live. The photos were taken in Texas, Louisiana, and California and used in various digital and print publications, including the organization's annual report. Additionally, Liz was the lead producer and interviewer of several videos created for the project.

 

 
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An ongoing social documentary project about churches in East Austin and the changing physical and cultural landscapes surrounding them. The project was awarded a grant by the Dallas Museum of Art and some of the images are now a part of the Wittliff Collections at Texas State University. The Austin American-Statesman published a full spread feature on the project and the nonprofits SixSquare and Preservation Austin funded a solo exhibit of selected images. 

 

 
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A short video commissioned by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health. The video highlights peer specialists from Austin State Hospital who perform their personal experiences with trauma to aid in the healing process for themselves and others. 

 

 

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