Liesel Bockl was born in Japan and grew up bilingual. She completed her education at Purdue University in the US, and has built a successful career as a professional photographer, graphic designer and art director working with top creatives in the United States, Canada and Japan as well as London, where she is now based.
UK clients include The National Trust, Moccis UK, The Round House, The Vine and SouthWest Trains.
Japanese clients include Kukkia, Apple Japan, Tokyo Broadcasting Service, Toei Films, Benesse Corporation, Shindo Music and Sawako Furuno Helmets.
Her work has been featured in “Milk Magazine”, “Dean Fujioka & Beatrix Potter 150th Anniversary Exhibition”, “The Girl’s guide to Life on Two Wheels”, “Digital Arts”, “Figaro Japan”, and “The Green Parent”.