Hi, I'm Beth Liebetrau - casting director, producer, photographer, interior-enthusiast, styling-hobbyist, burritologist...kind of a modern-day renaissance gal (or in contemporary terms - a “multipotentialite”). At the heart of things, I’m a visual storyteller - whether that tale is told through photographs, a television segment, or say... a room vignette. And, YES, even a burrito can tell a damn good story!
I grew up in Des Moines, Iowa where I graduated from Drake University with a journalism degree in radio/TV production. That summer, I promptly left the urban cornfields behind and headed West toward the glitter and grit of Los Angeles and a Television Academy internship. Flash forward a decade and some change, I've worked in the entertainment industry ever since - most notably as casting director for IFC’s Documentary Now!; associate casting director for many scripted comedies including Man Seeking Woman, Mulaney, Super Fun Night, and The Office’s pilot spin-off The Farm; and a stint as casting coordinator/video maven for CBS Studios.
I currently live in Denver with my husband, two awesome kiddos, two muppet-esque rescue dogs, and six chickens where I now work on the other side of TV discovering hidden gem restaurants, documenting home renovations, and celebrating awesome travel destinations, among many other subjects (the possibilities are endless in unscripted TV- I love it!). Outside of entertainment, I’m a photographer, soap-maker, vintage-amasser, perennial wanderluster, perpetual decorator, and an obsessive podcast listener.