During her studies at the Beaux-Arts where she took classes on painting and drawing, Beth also studied architecture and cinema. After graduating, she worked alongside a photojournalist for a few years. Beth's work reflects this obsession with movement characterized by bold brushstrokes, visible gestures and a strong sense of detail. Balance the colors to play with the light and visually "cut" the composition. She approaches her work as if it were a problem to be solved: combining and opposing elements to create a coherent and dynamic piece.