Liz specializes in screenplays, blog articles, and literary analysis.
Liz would love to one day bake her own eclairs. She would also love to write religious articles, video scripts, web content, and anything that engages her creativity. She loves projects that allow for a bit of spunk.
Liz graduated in 2018 from BYUI with a bachelor's in English. She excelled in her studies, particularly in her literature and creative writing classes. From 2013-2014, she paused her studies in order to volunteer full-time for her church in Hong Kong, China.
Entertainment is not only Liz's most practiced field but also her favorite. She has written screenplays for everything from Facebook ads to university courses. She has worked on novels and short stories. Along with two coworkers, she was commissioned by a director to write a full-length Bildungsroman screenplay. No matter the project, she is always eager to entertain.
Along with other academic styles, literary analysis papers were a large part of Liz's undergraduate degree. She received praise from otherwise-stern professors for her work and even the suggestion to pursue publishing. She is most versed in current MLA standards but is also familiar with APA and other style guides.
Liz is a devout Christian. She attended and graduated from a religious university and has spent her life serving in a church led by unpaid, volunteer clergy, meaning she's written and delivered her fair share of sermons. She is versed in Christian history and enjoys learning about other faiths. She would consider it an honor to contribute to spiritual blogs and other such projects.
While earning her bachelor's degree, Liz took every screenwriting class available from her university. She worked as a paid screenwriter for the university's A/V department for nearly three years, and after graduating, she began working as a screenwriter for a local marketing company. Both alone and in collaboration with coworkers, she has produced more than 60 short video scripts on topics ranging from historical documentaries to advertising a company's new app. She has also written several full-length screenplays and submitted her personal work to the Austin Film Festival.
Liz ran a personal blog for years that collected tips and tricks for writers. After college, she worked for a marketing company and regularly contributed to the company's blog, writing posts that explained the company's unique methods for improving productivity in the workforce. One of her articles was particularly popular; the COO called it "a perfect explanation of [the company]'s goal."
Liz headed a large Facebook marketing campaign over the course of six months for her previous employer. The campaign included three separate Facebook groups that all needed original content for their posts, which were released live Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Liz is also an active Facebook user on her own time and enjoys the platform more than any other social media option.