Wesley is not your average 10 year old; she is home-schooled, has a wide variety of household jobs that are unique to kids living in a city, and is the art director of the magazine she and her mother–photographer Christa Renee–founded, called Bright Lite. She lives on an expansive piece of land in the hills of Eagle Rock that is more like a compound than just a house with a yard. Multiple rope swings, a tree house, several gardens, plant life, a chicken coop, bunnies, a dog–these are some of the things Wesley and her younger brother Oscar can explore every day.
Elizabeth Weinberg lives and works in Los Angeles by way of Brooklyn. She specializes in storytelling and portraiture that mixes a loose, effortless style with measured precision for the moment.
Elizabeth has been recognized with awards and features from PDN’s 30 Photographers to Watch, the Art Directors Club’s Young Guns, American Photography, and Communication Arts.
She has expanded her decade of professional experience in still photography toward a newfound love of directing evocative motion pieces.
She lives on the east side of LA with with her husband and son, and drinks at least two cold brew coffees per day.