Eliza Rinn was raised on Long Island, NY, and currently resides in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn. She is pursuing a BFA in Photography from Pratt Institute. Eliza uses street photography as a way to make the mundane aspects of New York life thought provoking. Everything has a story. She is currently exploring the nature of image as a storytelling vehicle without revealing too much detail. With as few visual clues as possible, she invites the viewer to insert themselves into the narrative, thereby creating a unique tale.  
 

Work appears in:

The New York Times, Brooklyn Daily, Forward, The Daily News, Village Voice, Pix11, FeatureShoot, TimeOut New YorkFairleigh Dickinson UniversityAltoona MirrorDan's Papers , The Golden Smile, Capital Fringe Festival