Elisha was born in Butte, Montana, but shortly after, her family moved to Missoula, Montana. She attended Sentinel High School and was encourage to develop her skills in Drawing and Photography.
After High School, Elisha went on to study Surgical Technology at the Missoula Collage of Technology where she received and Associates Degree in Surgical Technology. She practiced in that field for 3 years and then decided to further her education.
Elisha received and BFA in ceramics from the University of Montana in May of 2015. In 2016, she continued her education in ceramics by completing a short term residency at Red Lodge Clay Center, in Red Lodge MT, and a studio assitantship at Arrowmount School of Arts and Craft, in Tennessee. She is currently teaching art at in her own business, Mud Bunneh Ceramics and just started teaching in after school programs with elementary and middle school age kids. She works in her studio with the VonCommon Artist Collective in Missoula, Montana to complete works for upcoming shows.