Elizabeth Bick is a photographic artist, documenting performances that occur in everyday life, some consciously staged, most unconsciously so. She was recently a resident artist at the American Academy in Rome, and received her MFA from Yale University. Her work has recently been featured in Huffington Post, Paper Journal, Humble Arts, and NY Times metro section. She has received grants from LMCC, Joan Mitchell Foundation, Chateau La Napoule, and Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. Her work has been exhibited at Aperture Gallery, Proposition Gallery, Bergdorf Goodman, The Lincoln Center, Contemporary Art Center New Orleans, and Soren Christensen Gallery, New Orleans. She currently works for Gregory Crewdson and Shirin Neshat in New York City.