Born and raised outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth P.W. started her musical career as a trombone player. She discovered her passion for storytelling through music while studying at New York University, where she began writing music for film. She has since written the music for over 25 short films, web series and plays. She currently gives a guest lecture at the Tisch School of the Arts on effective collaboration between directors and composers. P.W.’s music has been played at film festivals worldwide, including the 2014 & 2015 Cannes Film Festival, Outfest, and Frameline. In 2017, P.W. was selected to participate in the ASCAP / Columbia University Film Scoring Workshop. P.W. also maintains a freelance life as a trombonist, playing a wide variety of gigs from orchestral to pop.
As a songwriter, P.W. uses her voice to reflect on current political and social issues as well as for self expression. She is currently recording her debut EP and writing her first stage musical.
- Country: United States
- Languages: English