Liz Ovits

I create visual messages on set or in the streets to capture compelling moments. My best quality as a photographer is enhancing the vibe on set through direction, energy, and a keen eye. Having my hands and mind in all photoshoot elements from art direction through wrap and post-production enables me to tell cohesive and impactful visual stories for my clients and personal projects.

Working with agencies and independently, I have shot, produced, and directed commercial projects for big and local brands. I have experience in a multitude of fields including media, nonprofit, agency, fine art, and academics. The common thread always being identity, integrity and cohesive, effective design.

For personal fulfillment, I shoot analog of subjects ranging from street, experimental, and social and environmental activism, and photojournalism. I also love plants, ukulele, archaeology, and travel.

Medium:

Photography

“Man with white hair and cowboy waiting on bus”

“Man sleeps while a slither of light hits his face”

“Man with white hair and cowboy waiting on bus”

“Man sleeps while a slither of light hits his face”

This artists work is also featured in the Long Beach ArtWalk Magazine Fall Issue. The magazine can be downloaded or purchased in print here.

I shoot mostly mobile, I walk the streets of Los Angeles and photograph Angelenos as they go about there life in the streets of downtown Los Angeles and other areas of LA.
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