Elizabeth resides in the San Francisco Bay Area and has been affiliated with Slate Art in Oakland, SFMOMA Artists Gallery in San Francisco and Schneider Gallery in Chicago.
She has participated in numerous group shows, including: the New Artist Fair in London, during which her work was commended by London art blogger Lisa Holmes; "Snap to Grid" at Los Angeles Center for Digital Art; "Instantly Yours" at Photographic Resource Center in Boston; "Spectrum Gestalt" at bG Gallery in Santa Monica; "Sky's the Limit" at Bedford Gallery in the Bay Area, juried by Liz Ferrer, Director of Contemporary Art at BRIC in Brooklyn, during which her work was singled out by Lou Fancher, art critic for the Contra Costa Times and San Jose Mercury News; "In Focus" at Palm Beach Photographic Centre, juried by National Geographic photographer Raymond Gehman; "Realities and Illusions" at Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in the Bay Area, juried by Kenneth Baker, art critic for ARTnews and the San Francisco Chronicle; an exhibit by women artists at Joyce Gordon Gallery in Oakland, which received a "Don't Miss" mention from San Francisco Chronicle feature writer Mary Eisenhart; and "Urban Information" at Slate Art in Oakland, which received a "Must See" accolade from Alex Bigman, art critic for 7X7 magazine in San Francisco. Several of Elizabeth's images also have appeared on the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's Tumblr site. Her work also is included in the Art Photo Index compendium overseen by Photo-Eye in Santa Fe.
Elizabeth's solo shows include: "Perception and Reality" at Stanford University, curated by Clayman Institute Fellow Heather Green; "Selected Works" at Serpentine in San Francisco, curated by Bruno Mauro, Director of Ampersand in San Francisco/Paris; "Recent Works" at Earl Warren Hall, University of California, Berkeley; and "Reinterpreting Reality" at Slate Art in Oakland, curated by gallerist Danielle Fox, which received a "Don't Miss" mention from San Francisco Chronicle feature writer Mary Eisenhart, a "Critic's Pick" from Oakland Tribune arts writer Jennifer Modenessi and praise from DeWitt Cheng, art critic for Art Ltd. and East Bay Express.
A magna cum laude graduate of Boston University, Elizabeth interned at that institution's Art History Department and at the Art Institute of Boston and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, later holding staff positions at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Art Museum Association of America and Ansel Adams Center for Photography.
Elizabeth's work is included in private collections throughout the United States, Europe and Scandinavia. Each of her photographs constitutes part of a limited edition.
Currently, she is on sabbatical.