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.
In recognition of her successes, Liz was invited to be a guest lecturer at Birmingham Metropolitan College, where she addressed three groups of photography students on her working process and concept development. Her work has also been published in 2 international magazines and included in a group exhibition at The Library of Birmingham (work now part of a private collection).
Liz is the owner of Birdhouse Photography, a mobile portrait studio and Party Photo Booth, which aims to make good quality imaging more affordable. 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.