Elizabeth is a composer and sound/visual artist currently living in Taipei, Taiwan. Elements incorporated in her work include instruments, electronics, still and moving image, and site-specific performance. She has written for ensembles across Europe, including Trio Atem, L'Imaginaire Ensemble, Psappha, and Quatuor Danel. Recent commissions have included works for the Manchester Confucius Institute, New Music Northwest, Collective31, and the University of Manchester Symphony Orchestra. She recently received a Master's of Composition from the University of Manchester, having studied with Dr. Ricardo Climent and Dr. Richard Whalley.
Elizabeth is also a flute player, specialising in contemporary music and improvisation, particularly by and with other female composers and musicians. As a writer and researcher, she is particularly focused on feminism in music and sound, with special interests in the music of Kaija Saariaho and Rebecca Saunders.