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A native of Evanston, Illinois, I have wanted to capture the beauty of life with a camera since the age of seven. I began my first production and editing internship at the age of 16 with the Evanston Community Media Center, editing with the infamous AVID, logging tapes and recording events around town with a Panasonic. I have since turned that passion into a freelancing career offering videography and still photography services, consulting on various projects, writing screenplays, novels, and press releases.

Many images here are from when I traveled to Washington, DC, both in February and in March of this year, to visit a few museums. I took over 200 photos of the city and pulled the best together for a potential art show or photobook. I visited every monument, the NMAAHC, Native American Museum, Air and Space Museum, and various neighborhoods from the center of the city all the way to the Maryland-DC border.

I was able to capture the stunning historical architecture, the beauty of the city from a unique angle and the March for Our Lives aftermath in DC. I captured Atlanta's HBCU's on a freezing Saturday in January. I snapped shots of buildings Downtown Chicago and much more. My goal is to invoke the love for the cities I visit with the images taken with my Canon Rebel T6, Canon EF-S 18-55mm and EF 75-300mm lens set.

You'll also find my crochet work available for sale to raise funds for my upcoming films,  including "# (The Pound)" set to begin production October 2018. Feel free to reach out with any questions, suggestions or concerns. 

 Lia Crawford @ the NMAAHC in Washington, D.C.

Lia Crawford @ the NMAAHC in Washington, D.C.