Born and raised in NW Washington, Lisa has a rich, creative background with 20 years’ experience in the art and design industry with a focus on creating connections through storytelling. Her childhood was spent on her family’s sprawling farm on the Olympic Peninsula — an experience that forged her bond to the wonders of nature and our interaction with it. She holds a B.A. in Art, has a license in Landscape Architecture, and is trained in fine art photography.

Her work has taken her from the U.S., to Mexico City, and Europe, and she has spent the majority of her career studying the relationship between people and space, creating both physical environments and two-dimensional visualizations focused on the emotional connection as well as the physical experience. The most common description used by viewers of Lisa’s work are “expressive” and “evocative” because of the way in which she captures the emotional movement of the subject and the connection with the space, whether on location or in the studio.

Lisa is passionate about discovering ways to explore the natural world. She seeks to create work inspires others to feel the wonder and discover their own unique connection, both with nature and themselves. After standing on the summit of Mt. Rainier, a moment she previously thought she could never achieve, she believes anything is possible if you can dream it.