Elizabeth grew up on Vancouver Island in scenic Campbell River, British Columbia. Her love of the pristine beauty surrounding her prompted her to pick up a camera early in her teen years, creating the beginning of a lifelong passion to record beauty through the lens.
After high school Elizabeth decided to move from her beloved Province of British Columbia to Ontario where she studied at The Art Institute of Toronto in order to hone her creative skills and further her passion for the arts.
After a somewhat nomadic period, where she lived in Toronto, Waterloo, Victoria, Williams Lake, and Prince George, Elizabeth has settled in Fort St John, BC.
Some of her favourite shots are candid, unexpected, with the subjects being truly in their moment. Her style is organic, simple, and earthy, much like the land she grew up in and hers is a photo-journalistic approach that is neither stilted or posed.
She continues to learn and to develop her skills, much to the delight of her subjects and those who follow her progress. Elizabeth welcomes the opportunity to create her art with the people who make it work, those who allow her to photograph them.
“You don't make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved.”
― Ansel Adams