In her early teens, Lizzie’s natural musical talent was discovered by Frankie Stevens and her famous uncle, Sir Howard Morrison. This led to the release of her debut album Elizabeth Marvelly in 2007 at the age of eighteen. In 2011 Lizzie released her second album Home followed in 2014 by Collisions.
As an outspoken advocate for feminism, Lizzie launched an online media site in 2015 championing the cause of gender equality. On the back of significant success with a social media campaign, Lizzie was invited to write for The Huffington Post, to present a TEDx talk and now writes a weekly column in The NZ Herald.