Direct . Photograph . Produce

In addition to her work as a director, Elizabeth has produced several shows, including the art installation Dispossessed, inspired by the original works of two award-winning playwrights.

Elizabeth has also contributed her skills as a photographer to capture archival and promotional photos for Duke City Repertory Theatre, to take headshots for her fellow artists, and to capture the milestone of embarking on a life together with engagement photos. 


One of Elizabeth's most challenging and engaging experiences to date was directing the two-person musical The Last 5 Years at Duke City Repertory Theatre in 2011. It was her first endeavor directing a musical, and it was incredibly rewarding to combine her passions of music and theatre in one presentation.

A review of the production can be found on the Talkin' Broadway website, under Regional News.




Elizabeth has had the pleasure of working with companies and individuals to capture their memories. With Duke City Repertory Theatre, Elizabeth has contributed both archival and promotional photographs. For individuals, Elizabeth has provided headshot photography, and will soon take on her latest adventure with engagement photo sessions for newly betrothed couples. A sampling of her photography can be seen in the Gallery.



Theatre is the artistic realm that Elizabeth has been involved with the longest, and her producing work reflects that knowledge and experience. After producing (and directing) the original work Genesis: Lead Me Home, by Shannon Rogers, Elizabeth went on to produce an art installation entitled Dispossessed. Dispossessed was an instillation inspired by two original plays, Parts of Parts & Stitches by Riti Sachdeva and The Circuz by Georgina Hernandez Escobar. The instillation included work by artists Myriam Tapp, Regina Corrit, Aabel Ramirez, and Katy Bowen.