Terry Liberty arrived in Washington State in 1975 and immediately fell under the spell of its scenery. During the mid 1990's he bought his first "serious" camera in order to capture both the grandeur and the minutiae of the local natural world. Around 1999 he began to notice and photograph the subtle winter beauty surrounding him in the western part of the state. Since then he has made it an ongoing project to find and capture local winter color. He also enjoys photographing Japanese gardens and raising and photographing bamboo.
Terry is retired and lives in Olympia, Washington with his wife, Bonnie who is an avid and skilled photographer. Their dog, Ebony often accompanies them on photo journeys. Cat, Salsa stays at home.