I'm Elizabeth Dillow.
I can't remember a time in my life where I didn't have access to a camera or art supplies, and I have my parents to thank for that. They never treated cameras or reams of blank paper as too precious to use, but rather as a regular—and essential—part of life's toolbox. I've been making things my whole life.
I live by three creative principles:
1. Design matters.
2. Photographs tell stories.
3. It's worth it to craft the right words.
I manage the majority of client projects individually and take great pride in providing excellent service each step of the way from initial discovery to final product. For large-scale projects with more moving pieces, I collaborate with a trusted network of like-minded creative professionals. I approach my work with a great deal of thought, research, and authenticity; whether I'm working on a branding project for a non-profit organization or your family's photographs, I never rely on a one-size-fits-all approach. It's important to me to get it right, because who wants to spend their time doing work they aren't proud of? I want you to be proud of the results, too.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
The thing I admire most about Elizabeth's work is her ability to take on a project and become equally as invested. She spends time researching, analyzing and creating products that not only represent the organization but her own passion for the mission. Passion drives success and being able to find someone who can use passion to drive their creative process is the ultimate goal. The Congressional Award's vision became my entire life and Elizabeth was able to turn my thoughts into graphic reality. I can now successfully share my vision through materials and graphics that represent the core goals of the program. I am incredibly grateful to have found some of the best talent Wyoming has to offer to help us write our story as we continue to develop Wyoming's next generation of leaders.
On behalf of the Wyoming Congressional Delegation, Wyoming Congressional Award Council and the Wyoming Congressional Award participants, I can say with absolute certainty that Elizabeth surpassed every expectation and vision to ensure that our story came to light in a way that we could share with our participants and supporters.
TRISTA OSTROM // FORMER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF WCAC AND
CURRENT EXEC TO WYOMING FIRST LADY JENNIE GORDON
I've been using Apple computers since the days of the Apple IIe.
Cleveland Cavaliers, forever and ever. I went to my first game in 1974. Also forever and ever: Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Browns.
BEST NPR HOST
Besides all of them, Audie Cornish.
Got my first Canon (the Canon Snappy) in 1987 and haven't looked back since. Today: a Canon 5D Mark IV.
Pilot brand. Is there any other kind worth writing with? (The answer is no, no there is not.)
MOUNTAINS OR OCEAN?
I love the ocean, but if forced to pick one or the other for the rest of my life, mountains win, hands down.
Yes please. The prettier the better. I intend to keep the U.S. Postal Service in business as long as I can.
I spread my love of the printed-on-paper-word around between multiple favorite bookstores and the Laramie County Library.
RED OR GREEN?