Liz Jeary (b.1980) is a UK photographer based on The Wirral, Merseyside. She is a Kimono wearing, budgie loving, picture taking, Bowie listening, Kate Bush singing, gap toothed artist. Having a love for textures, street, fashion and extreme close-ups, her contemporary and innovative approach to photography and digital imaging produces results that are indicative of her perspective on life.
Liz has a wealth of experience in retail management, freight forwarding, property management and customer services, and recently returned to education to pursue her enjoyment of photography. She graduated in 2014 with a First Class BA Hons Degree (Photography) and a Commendation from The University of Salford. During her studies, Liz project managed and curated 3 group exhibitions.
Her work has also been published in several international magazines and included in various group exhibitions. She recently celebrated a successful solo exhibition at Marine Point, New Brighton. Liz is represented by Dot-Art Gallery in Liverpool.
Liz works as a freelance photographer and part-time Camera Sales Expert. She continues to work on personal projects, most recently involving experimentation with photographs as an object, using the surface as material to be embroidered and sewn.