My name's Liv Burns, and I'm a photographer. I'm also a writer and an avid reader, and I have some serious opinions about aioli. Most of the professional stuff you'll find on my resume. Everything else, though?
I believe in 6am flights, and getting incredibly, gloriously lost. I believe travel mishaps make for a greater story - ask me about that time I used counterfeit money in Naples and had a run-in with the police - and I think you should never underestimate the power of human connection. I believe that everyone has a story, and that given the consideration, will share it with you.
I think food should always be shared, and coffee should be consumed without moderation. Most importantly, I believe that laughs are contagious, that talking about what you like is innately cooler than talking about what you hate, and that the best learning (and poetry writing and art creation and food eating) happens en plein air.
Check out my coverage of the Provincetown FIlm Festival for The Cape Cod Times here.
I was recently published in The Washington Post Magazine. Check out the article here.
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