A Quaker Oats can, a sheet of photographic paper from my father's makeshift darkroom, a little sunlight and the chrome wheel of a 1955 Lincoln Continental came together one day in the driveway of my home on Madison Avenue to create my first photograph. I was hooked. I have studied light and shape from the time I can remember, and am blessed to have photography not only as my profession, but my calling.
Elizabeth is based in North Carolina and Tennessee. She favors landscapes, shapescapes, portraits, high school sports, dance, food and animals. Elizabeth attended the University of the South where she studied Fine Art Photography under Pradip Malde, as well as English literature. She has studied extensively through the years with industry leaders and fellow artists and is a member of the Professional Photographers of America, the National Association of Photoshop Professionals and The American Society of Media Photographers. Her award-winning work has appeared in Food and Wine, Southern Living, Garden Design, among others and in exhibitions across the country.