Elizabeth A. Baker
Eschewing the collection of traditional titles that describe single elements of her body of work, Elizabeth refers to herself as a “New Renaissance Artist” exploring themes of change in the sonic and spatial worlds.
Elizabeth has received recognition from press as well as scholars, for her conceptual compositions and commitment to inclusive programming. In addition to studies of her work, Elizabeth has been awarded several fellowships, grants, and residencies, in addition to sponsorships.
Her first motivational book The Resonant Life presents an original methodology that breaks down key aspects of life and work, relating them to the fundamental parts of sound. Through mirroring the sculpture of ADSR (Attack. Decay. Sustain. Release.) in an analogue synthesiser environment, Elizabeth has created an overall technique of personalised growth for others in all sectors of their life.