Elizabeth Jardine Godwin was born in South Africa and studied English Literature and Art History. She has taught in America and the U.K and is currently writing and teaching in England. Her creative and critical work is concerned with the effects of landscape, building and memory and what this can tell us about our ongoing relationship with built and unbuilt landscapes. The importance of water and light in shaping our sense of architecture and the ecology of place is also a focus of her research and creative practice.
English Language Writer-in-Residence Pwllpeiran, Wales, 2013
Public Engagement Assistant
Food Engagement Wales 2014 -2015
Work exhibited in ‘Scapes , The Shire Hall Gallery Stafford, 2015