Pictures Talk, Photography Reveals
Relentlessly creative. Intrinsically strategic. Uniquely collaborative. Liz Linder is a Boston-based photographer who uses images to tell stories that matter. She’s captured iconic personalities like Lou Reed, Esperanza Spalding, and Quincy Jones; produced compelling portraits for commercial clients like Louis Vuitton and Takeda Pharmaceuticals; and identifies and illustrates stories at academic institutions like Harvard, MIT, Northeastern, and Berklee.
Liz and her team have the resources to complete large, complex projects, but make every shoot intimate and hands-on. She connects with the people she photographs and brings clients into the spontaneity, excitement, and passion that has shaped her vision. Whether classic or unconventional, irreverent or restrained – the work is always rich with meaning.
From college culture; to corporate marketing; to diverse work for musicians, artists, and thinkers; Liz creates photographs that illuminate, communicate and reveal – they tell candid stories that build an emotional connection, and make a lasting impact.
Liz’s work has appeared in dozens of leading publications, including Rolling Stone, The New York Times, and Fast Company. She’s been heard on NPR’s On Point; and seen on ABC World News Tonight. Her photographs have appeared on sets in film and TV including the Emmy-winning series, House of Cards. Her personal work is exhibited and collected throughout the U.S. and Europe.