After spending her first 18 years of her life growing up outside Chicago, she then moved to Washington D.C. for university. Elizabeth graduated magna cum laude from the University Honors Program at The George Washington University where she studied International Affairs, Spanish, and Film. In the spring of 2016 she attended FAMU Film School in Prague, Czech Republic. In the spring of 2017 she studied in Ecuador and then went on to film a documentary in the border region of Ecuador and Peru. Her Senior Honors Thesis was a photographic study of Foggy Bottom’s residents in a changing neighborhood.
Currently, Elizabeth works as a professional freelance photographer. Elizabeth also serves as an AmeriCorps ArtistYear Fellow, teaching photography, creative writing, and videography to students in Title I schools in Philadelphia. In the summers, Elizabeth works as a photography instructor and senior counselor with travel company, Travel for Teens. She also volunteers for a non-profit called the Magic Hour Foundation, which provides free portraits to cancer patients and their families.
Elizabeth specializes in couples photography, wedding photography, travel photography and photojournalism. She currently is booking in both the U.S. and abroad for 2019-2020.