Liz began her artistic career in the tangible arts; oil painting, metal sculpture, prosthetic makeup for zombies. Her love of art evolved to the digital media arts. Liz attended Salt Lake Community College (Associate of Applied Science, Visual Arts and Design Emphasis, Associate of Applied Arts, Animation Specialist, Certificate of Proficiency, Web Graphic Design and Certificate of Proficiency, Motion Graphics) and Utah Valley University (Bachelor of Applied Science, Digital Media Emphasis). Liz continues to combine traditional art and digital media art.
Liz joined Spy Hop Productions in the spring of 2014 and took on the role of Interactive Design Mentor in the Fall of 2015. Liz is passionate about youth development and knocking down barriers for youth to access digital media. She works with at-risk youth, non-traditional tech users, youth in-care and young people who have limited access to technology and artistic outlets.
Liz lectures at a number of conferences around the state of Utah, including She Tech and DigiForge, where she encourages young women who are interested in technology. She is an active member of the Utah Indie Game Group, Unity Users Group, and UtahVR. Beyond Spy Hop Productions, and her volunteering, she is a freelance artist building Virtual Reality experiences.