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.
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?