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Liza Crowley Judson’s love for photography began as a teenager, soaking up the photos of Vogue magazine.  In college she earned a bachelor’s degree in studio art with an emphasis in photography from the University of California, Santa Cruz.  While there, she worked as photography editor of the University newspaper.

She spent the next several years traveling Europe and Asia, photographing and teaching English.  Settling down in California, she began work as an Elementary school teacher and earned a master’s degree in education. 

After getting married and having a daughter she began Peekaboo Photography, a portrait photography business, specializing in hand colored digital images in natural settings.

Over the last few years she has begun again to focus on fine art photography.  She became a part of an artist collective in Santa Cruz and participated in group shows including Santa Cruz’s famed Open Studios.

In the summer of 2006, Liza and her family moved to Savannah, Georgia, where she has participated in the Telfair Art Fair and Red Gallery’s Small Works Show and numerous charitable art auctions.  Liza currently works for The Savannah College of Art and Design as an academic adviser.