After she graduated from College in France with a degree in fine arts, Elisa became masterstudent of the french artist Gérard Collin-Thiébaut and worked as his assistent in Paris. A few years later she returned to Germany.
She moved to Flingern, the hip bohemian side of Duesseldorf and founded the off-scene art gallery "Revolver" with friends of hers.
In the following years she managed the gallery, collected art, organized her own exhibitions and worked as a freelance textile print designer for several international fashion companies. Meanwhile she was always having her own goal in mind: to open a print and design studio. In 2011 Elisa launched "LICA designs". Meanwhile the business has developed very well and she is proud of having very successfully acquired international customers. Up till now she never stopped making her own art and organizing her own exibitions in Europe.