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woman floating underwater at night with the moon showing above


The process of creating an underwater portrait takes time, expertise and consideration every step of the way. This is an investment, not an Insta-moment. Like the difference between a soul-nourishing slow-cooked meal versus a fast-food delivery, we get more satisfaction from things which take time. So, let’s slow down—the results will be worth it.

Just as no two clients are the same, so no two shoots should be the same. You and I will go into the pool with some loose concepts, and we’ll see where the water takes us. Often the water has a mind of its own, sending us off on interesting tangents. The journey can be unpredictable, which I weirdly enjoy—and I hope you will, too. We’ll shoot, review, adjust, shoot some more… until we have something truly breathtaking.

While it takes a creative eye, a steady hand and seasoned technical skills to capture underwater portraits, the art is in the final edit. The editing studio provides a different environment and a chance to allow the art to unfurl through the editing process. I take those raw images, get inspired all over again and carefully craft your finished piece.

Not only will you experience an exciting and memorable photoshoot, but you’ll also have exquisite portraits to make your heart sing every time you see them.

Liz’s attention to detail is second to none and the whole experience from the get go is 6 stars. Every single detail is considered including the heated pool, your own bathroom to shower afterwards to the makeup artist, and even snacks. Liz has an extremely professional approach while making you feel like you’re old friends. I can’t recommend this kind of photoshoot enough. The day of the shoot was so much fun and it’s something that I will be recommending to all my friends.”

―Anita Jamieson



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