Lilach Peled Charny was born in Boston in 1954, to Israeli parents,and raised in Israel.
She completed her bachelor’s degree in Hebrew Bible and Jewish Philosophy and master’s degree in Religious Studies at the Hebrew University and studied photography at the Musrara School for the Visual Arts in Jerusalem from 1990 to 1994.
In addition to her work as a photographer, Peled Charny was a teacher of Hebrew Bible at the University High School in Jerusalem for 33 years.
She now divides her time between the artist colony of Ein Hod and Tel Aviv.
Her work deals with the world of theater and literature, industry and mining,
urban settings, disturbed landscapes, and intimate interiors.
It has appeared in individual and group exhibitions in Israel, Germany and Canada, and on book covers and posters.
Peled Charny's photography has been exhibited at the JAG Gallery in Paris,
the Galerie LSB in Montreal, the BBK Gallery in Düsseldof, the Ein Hod Village Gallery, the Janco-Dada museum, and most recently, Artspace Tel Aviv.