Hi! I’m Elizabeth Victoria!
While I may look like your average person, on the inside I’m much more of a punk with purple hair and full sleeve tattoos. I had a tongue piercing when I was younger but that’s as far as I got.
Equality is immensely important to me. I believe everyone should be treated with the same dignity and respect regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation, religion, or social class.
Nature is my religion. The waterfalls in Iceland, the Swiss Alps, California’s red woods, the NaPali Coast in Kauai – these places are where I find peace and inspiration.
I believe laughing can cure almost anything. Early on in life, I found that joking about something sad helped me to cope. Without comedy I’d be an inconsolable blob of tears and snot.
I love animals, sometimes more than people. If animals got married and they chose me as their wedding photographer, my life would be complete.
I graduated in 2008 from California State University Channel Islands with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Photography & Digital Media. I’ve spoken on a panel in New York on how to succeed in photography and have been featured in numerous publications.
Still curious about me?
Three words that describe me:
honest, funny, analytical
traveling, tennis, rock climbing, snowboarding, bike riding, backpacking, hang gliding, reading, shopping
English, American Sign Language (ASL), learning Italian
started taking piano lessons last year
Favorite type of book:
mysteries – one of my favorites is Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Series
Coffee or tea:
coffee – mochas or cappuccinos with beautiful latte art
What cause is important to me:
animal rescue – I volunteer at a shelter, & photograph rescue dogs to help find them homes
Switzerland, Iceland, New Zealand, Alaska (I’m super lucky to have traveled to over 20 countries)
Someone who inspires me:
my siblings, people that aren’t afraid to stand up to injustices, the Dalai Lama
If I had a warning label, mine would read:
fall – love the way the air smells, & anticipation of the coming holidays
Early bird or night owl:
night owl – definitely in a better mood, more awake, more motivated in the evening