I Saw it at Ray's House focusses on a close relationship with the house of science fiction giant Ray Bradbury throughout Elizabeth's childhood and after his passing. This project mainly shows the process of cleaning and packing Bradbury's belongings after his death. The bulk of this project was shot in 2013, however family snapshots and photographs from previous visits are also included.
Previously on view:
October 2015, Soho Photo Gallery - New York
October 2016, Indiana University - Indianapolis
Papabear is series of images acting as a portrait of Donn Albright. Through using her camera to capture these intimate moments, the series also goes further to explore Elizabeth's close relationship with him and the various worlds he immerses himself in. The final series was printed in platinum/palladium to accentuate the obscured timeline that was created, emphasizing a man that lingers in his past while being entirely present at the same time.
The Place at the End of the Road
The Place at the End of the Road is an exploration of a family farm that hasn't been in operation since the 1950's. It looks at a farm hidden by brush and overgrown plants where the plants and structures begin to intergrate into one.
Cherry Lane is a rediscovery of the idea of home once leaving for college. It investigates the specifics of how the nuances of what used to feel so familiar can feel foreign and even spooky upon being revisited in a time where one has no true sense of home anymore.