Growing up in the foothills of the Boston Mountains, a constant curiosity for the outdoors is the heartbeat of Liz’s love for capturing Arkansas’ finest scenes and people. For the past decade, she has employed her advanced disciplines in design and journalism to be a visual storyteller in a variety of capacities. The majority of her post-graduate career has been spent as the Director for Photography at Arkansas Tech University and teaching photography courses at the undergraduate level.  Her other professional pursuits include freelance commercial/portrait photography, volunteer efforts with the Ozark Off-Road Cyclists, a local IMBA chapter, and roasting thoughtfully sourced coffee at a River Valley nano-roastery, Retro Roasts.  When there’s not a camera in her hand, she’s mountain biking, climbing, kayaking or working on a home improvement project in her 70′s Ranch-style home.





Partial freelance client list:  International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA,) Climbing Magazine, Arkansas Life, Bentonville Visitor & Convention Bureau, Arkansas Business, Uncommon Communities/Winthrop Rockefeller Institute, Greenhaus Sustainable Clothing, TEDxMarkhamStreet, Great American Conference (NCAA DII,) About the River Valley Magazine, The Sells Agency, Russellville Advertising & Promotion, AY Magazine, 24 Hours of Horseshoe Hell, Feltner’s Athlete’s Corner, Michael Cooper Dentistry