“On 35mm film I capture the moments between moments, the idiosyncrasies of our lives. I show the world as I experience it: imperfect, mesmerizing, breathtaking. I weave stories in diptychs and triptychs, in sequences, in images coupled with prose.
I am influenced by the magical realism of authors Jorge Luis Borges and Italo Calvino, the reportage of photographers Nan Goldin and Diane Arbus, the fashion images of of Bruno Dayan and Tim Walker, and the courage of the performance artists and visionaries with whom I work.
My work depicts the ongoing transformation and transcendence of the millennial New York creatives surrounding me.”
Born in Taos, New Mexico based in Brooklyn,NY Elizabeth Waterman is a fine art photographer. Her distinctive images, which define the spirit of her generation’s emergence and transformation, have been featured in shows at the old Limelight Church/Jue Lan Club, ROX Gallery and Olson-Irwin (Sydney).