Elizabeth Haust was born and raised in Moscow, and has lived in Prague for the past five years. Her hauntingly beautiful figure photography is mainly inspired from movies, especially those of Lars Von Trier and Andrzej Zulawski. The images she creates resemble paintings in their dynamism and meticulous composition, and are all imbued with a sense of ethereal melancholy. Elizabeth has said that the aim of her art is to express something hidden within herself - a feeling simultaneously unstable and calm, tumultuous yet inherently serene like the water running down a river. Ultimately, Elizabeth’s photography captures images of women frozen in moments of time, subtly yet powerfully immortalizing the delicacy of the interaction between the two.