LisaBeth Weber is a writer and creative consultant from Bucks County, PA who loves bringing businesses to life with words. She is also a musician and artist (we’ll get to that in a bit). Her work includes business writing, copywriting, editing and copyediting, marketing, publicity, public relations, public speaking, consulting, strategy, ideation, art, songwriting, performing, workshop facilitating, film production, and more.
LisaBeth has written cover stories for the Philadelphia news magazine REGION’S BUSINESS, feature articles for PETMD.COM (owned by Chewy.com) and she was the former lead writer for the popular arts & culture guide FIG Doylestown and FIG Bethlehem. For eight years, she wrote feature articles for PC Solutions magazine, and has written for other prominent magazines such as Bucks County Woman and Performing Songwriter. Her private clients include businesses across industry spectrums, including architecture and custom building, financial services, software development, branding/marketing firms, and arts/film/entertainment to name a few. One of her most recent clients was the PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART CRAFT SHOW where she served on the PR Consulting Team. An accomplished songwriter, LisaBeth describes how songwriting ties into her work as a freelance writer. ”My background as a songwriter brings a creative infusion to my copywriting work,, which is a differentiator and a benefit to clients.”
LisaBeth has given a TEDx TALK on Creativity Beyond the Arts based on her mission of helping people discover their own creativity whether it’s in the arts or not. LisaBeth was the Production Supervisor and Publicist on the independent feature film THE NORTH STAR, starring former Philadelphia Eagles football player Jeremiah Trotter, Clifton Powell, John Diehl, and Lynn Whitfield, with a score by Ramsey Lewis and his son Frayne Lewis. Her record, THE FIRE TOWER SESSIONS, was produced and engineered by Grammy maker, BIL VORNDICK (Ralph Stanley, Bela Fleck, Alison Krauss). LisaBeth has opened shows for Nanci Griffith, Ralph Stanley, Dave Grisman, Roy Clark, and over 50 others, along with having two songs featured on NPR’s CARTALK. Her song TROUBLE MAN (a tribute to linemen working in storms) was featured in the credits of the John Travolta/Sharon Stone film LIFE ON THE LINE. She is also known for her popular and unique handmade CAUSE PINS, worn by Hillary Clinton, Gloria Steinem, Madeleine Albright, Mia Farrow, Blair Underwood, and more. In 2008, LisaBeth was selected by the office of Congressman Patrick Murphy to create an ornament for the WHITE HOUSE CHRISTMAS TREE, and she was invited to the White House for an artist reception. LisaBeth was in Theater Management for six years at the SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL, and worked in Filmmaker Guest Services at the PHILADELPHIA FILM FESTIVAL for seven festivals.
LisaBeth’s latest volunteer work is to help find forever homes for dogs and cats with her new Instagram photography project @puppydogskittycats (please follow!!). If you are reading this and are involved with an animal rescue/shelter that would like to arrange for a no-cost photo shoot, please CONTACT LisaBeth.
LisaBeth served on the Board of Directors of PLAYING FOR CHANGE FOUNDATION from Dec. 2014 – Jan. 2021, part of the global PLAYING FOR CHANGE movement made popular by the viral video of “STAND BY ME” with musicians from all around the world that has surpassed 190 million views on YouTube. She also served on the Board of Directors of the WOMEN’S BUSINESS FORUM. LisaBeth is a cancer survivor and has donated her time to be a volunteer for many organizations. She is also an illustrator and photographer, and has her own font with INTERNATIONAL TYPEFACE CORPORATION, called ITC “WEBER HAND”. It can be seen at FONTS.com and can be purchased HERE. In her spare time, (hah!), LisaBeth can be found volunteering, playing guitar, writing songs, zydeco or swing dancing, walking marathons with the Leukemia/Lymphoma Society (she’s done four), walking in a 5k at the (Philadelphia) Eagles Autism Challenge AND stopping to pet every dog she sees.
Some people LisaBeth has interviewed for articles and stories she has written…
Alan Doyle – Lead Singer, Great Big Sea • Bil VornDick – Multi Grammy winning Producer/Engineer • Carol Hess Nickels – Director of Marketing, HP Worldwide • Carol Stoudt – Owner Stoudt’s Brewery • Dan Okrent – Pulitzer finalist, former NY Times Public Editor • David Brigham – President/CEO, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts • David Hewitt – Multi Platinum/Grammy winning Engineer • David Sington – Filmmaker, IN THE SHADOW OF THE MOON, THE FLAW • Derek Gillman – Executive Director, Barnes Foundation • Derek Sivers – Founder/Former President, CD Baby • Gene Muller – Founder/President, Flying Fish Beer • Gina Belafonte – Actor/Film Producer, SING YOUR SONG • Ivy Barsky – Executive Director, National Museum of American Jewish History • Jeffrey Ray – Curator, Philadelphia History Museum • Jeremy Kipp Walker – Filmmaker/Producer, THE HISTORY OF FUTURE FOLK, HALF NELSON • John Cooper – Director of The Sundance Film Festival • Justin Guarini – Broadway Actor, American Idol Runner Up • Kathy O’Connell – Host, Peabody Award winning program “Kids Corner” on WXPN • Leslie Stiles – Previous Executive Director, Pennsylvania Commission for Women • Lisa Tremper Hanover – Director/CEO Michener Art Museum • Mark Forker – Visual Effects Supervisor, WOLF OF WALL STREET, APOLLO 13, LORD OF THE RINGS • Mary Tyler Doub – Producer, Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival • Meryl Levitz – President/CEO, Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation, aka visitphilly.com • Robert Siegel – Filmmaker/screenwriter, BIG FAN, THE WRESTLER. Former editor in chief, The Onion • Rosemarie Certo – Owner, Dock Street Brewing Company • Rushad Eggleston – master Cellist • Sharon Pinkenson – Executive Director, Greater Philadelphia Film Office • Tanya Hamilton – Filmmaker, NIGHT CATCHES US (Official Selection, Sundance Film Festival) • Tom Kaiden – President, Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance • Tom Kehoe – Owner Yards Brewery • Vince Stango – Former President/CEO – National Constitution Center