Mary Liz Lancaster is a New England photographer with interests in travel, events, nature and portraiture photography. Her subjects often focus on the beauty of the seacoast and images of the culture and people of this historical area. She enjoys traveling in the USA and abroad with her husband David and at home raising their two children.
Mary Liz is a graduate of the College of New Rochelle, with a BFA. She has taken workshops with professional photographers at the New Hampshire Institute of Art, in Manchester, NH and seminars at Star Island, NH. Her images have been juried in exhibitions at Sheafe’s Warehouse (part of the Prescott Park Arts Festival) and as a member of New Hampshire Art Association at the Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery, both of Portsmouth, NH. Mary Liz has also participated in Exeter NH as a member of the New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists. She has exhibited for years at the Rochester Fair, in Rochester, NH. She has won awards in camera contests and has been published in the Portsmouth Magazine a monthly cultural and arts publication.
Photography is the art of capturing expressions and telling stories in an image. It is the perfect medium for a naturally curious, high-energy individual. Mary Liz embraces photography as an extension of that personality and that outlook on life. “I have been walking around with a camera since high school telling my stories. The camera has been a perfect medium for me to express myself and to capture the light and beauty that surrounds us”. It has allowed me the freedom to quickly evaluate and assess my surroundings for the moment that speaks to me and allows me to capture that image. I am constantly composing images of the world around me and improving my skills as a visual storyteller. My goal is to transmit you to my world through my photos.