Elizabeth Anne Roedell enjoys exploring her passion for photography. Watercolor painting, her true love as an artist, captures what the camera cannot. She is also the author of two books.
After a long business career, Elizabeth retired from the corporate world in 1995, but not from life. She is a past President of the Garden State Watercolor Society and a past Board Member and Exhibit Chair of the Montgomery Cultural Center.
Her love of travel has taken her to countries across Europe and Mexico plein air painting. When not painting, she could be found on the slopes of Vermont, and skiing throughout the United States, Europe and Canada. Birding adventures has her chasing bird migration far and wide.
A lover of nature, supporter of wildlife preservation and environmental conservation, Elizabeth rears butterflies in her spare time. She enjoys being a citizen scientist with Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Project Feeder Watch and eBird programs.
Elizabeth lives a healthy and active lifestyle, and can be found gardening in her Wildlife Habitat. Dedicated to her volunteer work with Special Olympics New Jersey, as part of the Volunteer Management Team, she is also an Associate Naturalist with New Jersey Audubon's Plainsboro Preserve and The Watershed Institute.
Elizabeth lives in Princeton, New Jersey.