About

Elizabeth Holmes

I am a New York based fine art and travel photographer who uses alternative and digital processes to capture vanishing and cultural landscapes. 

I have photographed disappearing ghost towns in the American West; the Art Deco Historic District of South Beach; and iconic scenes along Route 66. Closer to home, I have documented the vanishing cultural diversity of New York City neighborhoods; farms, vineyards, and waterfronts along Long Island’s East End; the disappearing Coney Island boardwalk; and declining Rust Belt towns.

My work has been featured in galleries throughout the United Sates including The Center of Fine Art Photography; The Long Island Museum; Karis Art Gallery; A. Smith Gallery; The Southampton Cultural Center; the Kirkland Arts Center; and is included in the corporate collections of Latham & Watkins, Pfizer Corporation, and the San Francisco Ritz Carlton Hotel.

I have been commissioned by many private collectors and have been featured in the Julia Cameron Awards, Black and White Spider Awards, Photo LA, 591 Photography Public Spaces, Silvershotz International Fine Art Photography Folio, and Alternative Photography: Art and Artist Edition 1. 

For the past twenty years, my focus has been on identifying places with a strong sense of place that connect us to the past.

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