Currently working on her Master’s of Fine Arts in Science and Natural History, Liz strives to bring quality stories to life through visual media. Currently, Liz is working on a slew of projects from a planetarium film about blackholes and gravitational waves, to updating a film on the 1959 earthquake outside West Yellowstone that led to the creation of Earthquake Lake, and completing her interactive 360 VR film on the Beartooth Mountains.
She recently finished her film, “Liminal,” focusing on how myths/legends/folklore influence people’s interactions with the natural world through looking at the folklore of selkies. In addition to finalizing “Liminal,” she worked as the Assistant-Editor for Birdman Production’s “Battle on the Booming Ground,” the first episode in the series of Adventures with Birdman. Other projects Liz is involved with include managing the social media and creating content for Life On TERRA, a Webby Award-Winning science and natural history video podcast.
Previous projects include first-assistant editor of Montana PBS’s Emmy-award winning show 11th and Grant, the head producer of the student film festival Element, and helping to produce the Bozeman Doc Series – Bozeman’s first film series dedicated to bringing award-winning documentaries to the Bozeman community.