Elisabeth Pixley-Fink

Elisabeth Pixley-Fink

Elisabeth Pixley-Fink is a Portland, OR-based singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and educator, born and raised in Kalamazoo, MI. She became an Earthwork artist in 2013 with the release of her full-length studio album Bloodroot, co-produced by Patrick Carroll, and followed by Heartwood in 2016. She forms half of the minimalist folk duo Hearth & Hymn with Earthwork artist Samantha Cooper. She released albums Neighborhood Kid and voodoolanda ii as garage rock trio A Brother and A Sister Band. EPF’s songs are heartbreaking and heart-making, hitting you in the chest with guts, trust, and hunger. She loves doing creative empowerment work with children and adolescents, and is a trained Montessori Elementary guide. She teaches Music and Spanish at the Portland Montessori School and is a program facilitator at My Voice Music. 

Photo credit: John Hanson