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Liz is a documentary photographer and filmmaker with an eye for creating impactful and original visual content. In our digital day and age, high quality, tailored imagery is key to evoking deeper engagement and action from the communities we wish to reach. Liz has a degree in photojournalism and over a decade of experience crafting meaningful stories that can be shared on multiple digital platforms. 

Liz works closely with cause-driven clients to develop multimedia campaigns that are compelling, authentic, and people-focused. She is based in Austin, Texas and available for projects worldwide. 



2019 Selected, CENTER’s Portfolio Review, Santa Fe
2019 Judge’s Choice Winner, “Sam’s BBQ: Changing with the Times,” SXSW Faces of Austin Film Premiere
2018 Barnes, Michael. "A Gallery of East Austin faith and history," Austin American-Statesman, print, January 3
2017 Solo Photo Show, "An Eastside Story: Churches of East Austin," SixSquare & Preservation Austin
2016 Grant Recipient, The Art Arch and Anne Giles Kimbrough Grant, Dallas Museum of Art
2015 Photos acquired by The Wittliff Collections,Texas State University
2014 Grant Finalist for “East Austin Churches” project, New Orleans Photo Alliance
2013 Official Selection for “Coastal Erosion Restoration” documentary, Lights.Camera.Help Film Festival
2011 Silver Medal in Press, Non-Professional Category for Hong Kong photos, PX3 Prix de la Photographie


Austin American-Statesman
Austin Community Foundation
Capital Impact
Capital Metro - Austin Public Transit
CareBOX Program
Code Pilot
CSpence Group
Foundation Communities
Hogg Foundation for Mental Health
Hong Kong Design Institute



Main Street Hub/GoDaddy
The Nature Conservancy
Open Circle Healing
Power for Parkinson's
The Promiseland Project
Sherry Matthews Advocacy Marketing
Texans Care for Children
Texas Gun Sense
Texas Network of Youth Services
Texas Observer
Tiny Tails to You
The University of Texas Charles A. Dana Center
Via Hope: Texas Mental Health Resource
Wildlife Designs Taxidermy