Elizabeth Roth
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Elizabeth Roth is an interior designer who grew up amid both midcentury French and Danish antiques as well as contemporary art. She now serves on the Directors Counsel at MOCA, and consults on various aspects of design, from construction and build-outs to helping clients curate art collections.

Elizabeth Roth

ASTROLOGICAL SIGN
Cancer

WEBSITE
elizabethrothhome.com

WHAT IS YOUR PRESENT STATE OF MIND?
Excited.

WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE ARTIST?
Rothko.

WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE COLOR / FLOWER?
White Roses.

WHAT DO YOU CONSIDER THE MOST OVERRATED VIRTUE?
Contentment.

WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST FEAR?
Structure Collapse.

WHICH LIVING PERSON DO YOU MOST ADMIRE?
I wish I could say my Grandfather, but he passed.

WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE FICTIONAL HERO?
Ferdinand.

WHO ARE YOUR REAL-LIFE HEROES?
Cartman, Kyle, Stan, and Butters…Kenny’s dead.

WHAT IS YOUR MOST TREASURED POSSESSION?
Oscar, but he owns me.

WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF PERFECT HAPPINESS?
The American dream…Sorta.

WHAT IS YOUR CHIEF CHARACTERISTIC?
Honesty.

WHAT IS THE TRAIT YOU MOST DEPLORE IN OTHERS?
Inconsistency.

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE NAMES?
Lola and Max.

IF YOU COULD CHANGE ONE THING ABOUT YOURSELF, WHAT WOULD IT BE?
I’m constantly evolving. I hope I never stop changing.

WHERE WOULD YOU LIKE TO LIVE?
Los Angeles.

WHAT IS THE QUALITY YOU MOST ADMIRE IN A MAN?
Honesty.

WHAT IS THE QUALITY YOU MOST ADMIRE IN A WOMAN?
Honesty.

IF YOU WERE RE-INCARNATED AS A PERSON OR ANIMAL, WHAT WOULD YOU BE?
I’d Be Me.

WHO HAS BEEN THE GREATEST INFLUENCE ON YOU?
My Dad.

WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE MOTTO?
Without risk, there is no reward.

The Confession Album

Inspired by a questionnaire given to Marcel Proust by his friend Antoinette, Natascha Snellman began “The Confession Album” in December 2012 to feature creative individuals. This series of questions reveals personality by asking about the tastes and aspirations of the taker. Natascha originally photographed friends and acquaintances with an iPhone after they took the Proust questionnaire, and was later joined by photographer and editor Lance Dawes.