Liza Betts

Liza is part time lecturer in the Cultural and Historical Studies department at LCF as well as a part-time PhD candidate. Her research considers and integrates both theory and ethnographic research around creative practice and positions the subject of contemporary costumed screen representations of the ‘ordinary’ firmly within the fields of cultural and class politics.

Liza  has published articles that examine the intersections between class, clothing and representations and that draw upon ethnographic research of industry practices.

The research is informed by over 15 years of industry experience within screen costuming.

Supervisors: Pamela Church Gibson and Tony Sullivan