Elizabeth Ireland is a twenty-five year old fine art photographer from Massachusetts. She graduated in June 2014 from the New England School of Photography in the heart of Kenmore Square where she studied fine art black and white and creative imaging photography. Elizabeth previously studied Graphic Design at Cape Cod Community College on Cape Cod until 2012, but left after two years to pursue an education for her love of photography. Elizabeth is currently working on two projects, Watercolor Mood, and I am Her, She Is Me.
Images from ‘Mirroring My Shadow’ have been featured in exhibitions at the Griffin Museum in Winchester, MA, Panopticon Gallery in Boston, MA, The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, CO, Stonecrop Gallery in York, ME, and the Darkroom Gallery in Vermont, MA. Images from 'Sea Poems' have recently been exhibited at The Cape Cod Art Association on Cape Cod, MA, and in online features at The Middle Gray Magazine, F-STOP Magazine, Colortek of Boston, and Lenscratch.
Her work is in several private collections. Elizabeth works in both analogue and digital manipulation. She also works full-time at a digitizing company called EverPresent in Watertown, MA as a Team Leader, in charge of the Slideshow Team.
She is currently available for both freelance and contract work.