Liz is a documentary photographer based in Little Rock, Arkansas, and a graduate of the Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism Program at the International Center for Photography.
Liz’s photographic practice focuses on the intersection of tradition and modernity and how that affects individual and collective identities, especially within communities experiencing change. Having grown up an only child to older parents and having very little extended family, Liz has an interest in large family dynamics and intimate family relations.
Most recently, Liz has been photographing her own small family, during her aging father’s struggle with dementia, and the complexities of the mother-daughter bond as they re-frame their parent-child relationship and imagine a life without him.
Photo by Chester Toye