We are more alike than we know.
This is the driving force behind Liz Oxhorn's photography. Over the last twenty years, she has photographed over two dozen countries - some places of heartbreaking conflict, others places of mind-blowing beauty and most something in-between.
Through her work, she celebrates the glory of the ordinary, the tenderness of our shared humanity and the vitality of the planet we call home. Whether dodging motorbikes in Vietnam or bouncing along the highway in rural Morocco, it's always with a camera in-hand, searching for the story to be told.
At home in the United States, Liz's work extends to video where she produces emotionally-powerful content that changes hearts and minds. Her video work has influenced some of the most significant debates in the U.S. from gun violence to health care, but as with her photography, it's always grounded in the universal stories we all share.
Stories like how toddlers everywhere love to help, mothers rock their babies in Bethlehem just as they do in Tel Aviv, a roadmap of wrinkles and wisdom shapes all of our faces as the years pass - and how we all yearn for a world that feels a little more like home.