Elizabeth Holmes

I am a New York based 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; rural 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 in 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 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 landscapes with a strong sense of place that connect us to our past.

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