About me

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, video, 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 for Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives, among other projects.  

In my free time, I’m a photographer, soap-maker, vintage-amasser, perennial wanderluster, perpetual decorator, and an obsessive true-crime podcaster.