Liz Borda was born and raised in New York. She graduated from Hunter College with a double major in Media Studies and Art Studio. She studied photojournalism in graduate school. Currently, she is a freelance photographer and is based in New York. 

She has received awards from the Ippies awards for work in The Indypendent, Ohio University's Student Expo for Visual Arts and was selected to participate in the Focus on Monferrato Project in Italy.

Her work has been published in Narratively, NYC Art Parasites, Latina Magazine, The Indypendent, NYU School of Law Magazine, Gawker, Valleywag, Jalopnik, Times Ledger Newspapers, Queens Chronicle, Manhattan Times and Travel Agent Magazine.

Liz has worked with non-profit, humanitarian organizations and institutions such as Brooklyn Boatworks, American Red Cross in Greater New York, Polytechnic Institute of New York, Project HAPPY (Hunter Activity Program for Parents and Youth) and Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter.

 

Exhibitions

Every Woman, Art Show/Auction, Industry City Brooklyn, New York  Currently - June 24th 2017

A Woman's View, Matted LIC, Long Island City  Currently - July 13th, 2017

Rising Waters: Photographs of Sandy, Museum of the City of New York,  New York New York 2013 - 2014

SANDY: Devastation, Document, Drive, The Powerhouse Arena,  Brooklyn, New York 2013

Lady Ride Solo Show, Freddy’s Bar  Brooklyn, New York  2012

Ohio University Student Expo  Athens, Ohio  2010

Vague Terrain, Manhattanville Group Exhibition  New York, New York  2008

Hot Sauce, Silent Art Auction Benefit for Village Kids Nursery Scholarship Fund  Chelsea, New York  2007

Uptown Stroll, What We See Group Exhibition  Inwood, New York  2007

We Are All Photographers Now! Musée de l’Elysée,  Lausanne, Switzerland  2007

You Can Do That Too  Brooklyn, New York  2006 and 2007

Uptown Stroll  Inwood, New York  2006

Below 220  Inwood, New York  2006

Art in the Park  Inwood, New York  2006

Hunter College Group Exhibition Mark Feldstein Memorial  New York, New York  2002