Working with Laura is an incredible experience. Her vast experience of charity videos, Sub Saharan Africa and filming meant I felt very safe and in capable hands. She supports, and guides you offering her experience where necessary to help you generate ideas, offering other points of view to make you think and reflect. Her high levels of integrity and approach to people being filmed ensure that your brand is protected and comes with a lot of credibility. She is flexible, patient and calm. Our video is excellent, captures the essence of what we do and was delivered in exceptionally short space of time.”
Claire Jenkins, CEO, Grow Movement

Laura is flexible, dedicated and creative. Her ability to work on an extremely tight schedule was most appreciated! I’m very happy with the work she produced for us.”
Anne McNulty, Digital Producer, FHI360

Ms. Pohl is one of those extraordinary people who is both very talented and very modest about it. I had the true pleasure of having her on staff for nine months as an instructor at the ADMA. She showed both a facility for inspiring students as well as providing them with technical skills, bringing to the office a tremendous amount of positive energy on a daily basis. My one regret is that we did not have her on staff for a longer period of time. You can see many of her photos scattered throughout our web site, and her impact on the students still resonates today.”
Christopher Marler, Director, Africa Digital Media Academy

Laura Pohl is one of our most trusted partners. Whether photography, video production, or both, Laura sees our projects through from concept to delivery. Her creativity and organization ensures a high quality product every time while being a pleasure to work with. No small feat for any freelancer. We love her!”
Mark Metzger, Branded Content Producer, Catholic Relief Services

Laura Elizabeth Pohl embodied professionalism from start to finish as a photographer/writer for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) in Rwanda. Before shooting a single photograph or conducting a single interview, Ms. Pohl did the necessary research and advance work to engage fully and diplomatically with program managers, clinic staff, and beneficiaries of our pediatric HIV program. We required anonymity in photographs of our beneficiaries, and Ms. Pohl creatively and discreetly took on that challenge,  producing beautiful photographs of mothers and their healthy babies. Communicating regularly throughout the process, Ms. Pohl sent us several sample shots after her first shoot to ensure that she was capturing the story appropriately. Ms. Pohl met the agreed-upon deadline with high-quality photographs, informative and complete captions, and a well-constructed journalistic narrative. Those deliverables have been key EGPAF assets over the past two years and have yielded a high return on our investment. I hope to hire Ms. Pohl again in the future and recommend her to other nongovernmental organizations without hesitation.
Eric Bond, Senior Editor, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation