Liz Fernando is a graduate from the prestigious LCC BA Photography programme at the University of Arts, London. Fernando’s work mostly finds its roots in conceptual research. Her own biography, research into the role of photography in South Asia and the resulting work highlights the different meanings that photography, identity, history and the notion of memory occupy within non-western cultures.

Her work has been exhibited at the Tate Modern in London and is showcased by Photoworks Brighton. Her award-winning work “Trincomalee – My father’s stories and the lost photographs” has recently been acquired by the World Bank in Washington D.C for its permanent collection and is currently on an international travelling exhibition. She lives and works in Berlin and Colombo.