Elizabeth is a verbal and visual artist working and living in the Washington DC area. While her primary medium is photography she also uses a variety of other mediums to convey her vision. In her photography she enjoys experimenting with unique methods of image capture, old or strange cameras and traditional photographic processes. Her background in conservation biology and veterinary medicine often influence the content and methodology behind her work. Her writing has been published in The Red Drawer and her play, Perforations, was performed at The New School of Northern Virginia. Her memoir, Crumbs of Cocaine, was also reimagined as part of an experimental noise record of the same title.