Elizabeth Bailey is a Los Angeles based artist who uses photography to create emotionally charged visual narratives that explore the concepts of self, identity, memory, alienation, and longing.
Her work has been exhibited in venues including Light Box Gallery in Portland, OR; Photo Place Gallery in Middlebury, Vermont; and The Southwest Museum in Los Angeles, CA. Her photographs have been published in SHOTS Magazine, Stubborn Magazine, and Light Leaked.
Born and raised in small-town Minnesota, Elizabeth moved to Los Angeles at 18 to attend Occidental College. After receiving a BA in Philosophy, she worked a series of horrible office jobs while taking night classes in photography and graphic design, quickly becoming serious about both. Elizabeth currently works as a graphic designer and fine art photographer.