I graduated from Northeastern University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Art concentrating in photography. My interests lie heavily in photography, but lately I've been exploring the world of design.
When I started college, my photography moved to the back burner for a semester while I studied architecture, something I really wanted to do. However, I couldn't find enough of an outlet for my creativity. My second semester, I switched my major and started studying photography. I bought a Nikon D5000 and shot a combination of digital and 35mm (on my Pentax). By continuously using both cameras, I was able to advance my skills in the analog world while at the same time learning the digital world and refining my Photoshop skills. I was fortunate enough to take a class in college that used a Hasselblad 500C, a medium-format film camera, which allowed me to explore another type of film, 120mm.
Now, after spending time in the real world, not bogged down with school and homework, I have been able to spend a lot more time shooting what I want, when I want to. My passion for producing great images is growing everyday. To take a look at some of my other work, check out Liz Papi Photography on Facebook.
Take a look around, and feel free to let me know what you think!