is a freelance writer, editor, and illustrator based in Florida. She works with clients who value authenticity and creativity (and an occasional dash of cynical humor). She has a special interest and joy in writing about small business, foster care and adoption, and all things outdoors. If she could write sonnets all day about her love affair with coffee, she would. Most of all, she lives to create.
Things she has created recently:
Armfuls of writing (essays and kid lit)
Illustrations (for aforementioned kid lit)
Photos, lots of them (mostly of people getting married)
Graphic design projects (she loves infographics)
Food, especially healthy food (except chocolate. and bacon.)
Elizabeth is in the tenth year of running Elizabeth Davis Photography and the fifth year of running Elizabeth Davis Design. She lives in Florida with her husband and two daughters and is currently querying agents for the publishing of her first children’s book. She is a member of SCBWI.
Recent Essay Work
Adorama Learning Center | 20 Photography Gifts You’ll Want to Give Yourself
Adorama Learning Center | How to Balance Freelancing, Finances, and Your Personal Life
Adorama Learning Center | How to Get the Best Out of Your Clients
Adorama Learning Center | How to Set and Raise Prices
Adorama Learning Center | How to Make it as a Freelance Photographer
Adorama Learning Center | The Buying Guide for Pro Wedding Photographers
Adorama Learning Center | How to Get the Perfect Proposal Shot
Elizabeth Davis Photography | Why is Wedding Photography so Expensive?
Moveline | Tips for Moving with Kids
Elizabeth Davis Photography | How to Choose the Right Photographer
LTCOP Annual Report | 2009-2010
Ombudsman Outlook | Fall 2010
Ombudsman Outlook | Summer 2010
Ombudsman Outlook | Spring 2010
LTCOP Annual Report | 2008-2009
Ombudsman Outlook | Winter 2009
Ombudsman Outlook | Fall 2009
Moveline | How to Make the Most of a New Home Inspection
Moveline | How to Move with Exotic Pets
[More work coming soon!]
Elizabeth would love to hear from you! Drop her a message here
(or send an email directly to elampdav(at)gmail(dot)com).