About Eliza Gogirla

Eliza Gogirla

Eliza Gogirla

Director of Creative Marketing

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Eliza was born and raised in Ramnicu Valcea, Romania, and emigrated from Detroit, Michigan in 2000. She is fluent in English, Romanian and conversational in Italian. Eliza is a multidisciplinary artist and designer traversing the disciplines of communication design, photography, and fine art. With a desire to be a part of one of the world’s leading art and design cosmopolises, Eliza moved to Miami in 2021.
Eliza graduated Cum Laude from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, as a Community of Scholars member and scholarship recipient, with a Bachelor’s in Marketing and a minor in advertising. Her interest in visual media advertising landed her in a boutique graphic design agency, where she quickly transitioned into her role as a communication designer, utilizing graphic design principles to create websites, multimedia promotional materials, and social media campaigns. Her broad set of design skills and formal marketing education has led her to integrate her knowledge of modern consumer behavior and analytics into her media design decisions. In 2019, having been awarded a scholarship based on artistic merit, Eliza attended the College for Creative Studies (CCS), a world-class institution and top-ranked private art and design school in the U.S. With a desire to integrate photography and design, she majored in Photography and minored in Art Direction. As a student, Eliza won a private Web Design Scholarship for her entry out of 121 submissions. At CCS, she was the Student Exhibition Studio Photographer, where she photographed and archived over 300 student artworks.
Eliza has since exhibited her fine art photography at the Hub Gallery in Detroit. Her body of work consists of furniture design, sculpture, film photography, and murals. As part of the executive marketing team at Luxe Living Realty, Eliza uses detail-driven designs to create media illustrating the luxurious world of modern residential real estate.

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