Well-known for her award-winning works of open public art, Jaray exhibited her just work at galleries in London and Oxford, Britain; Adelaide, Australia; and Edinburgh, Scotland. She also developed commissioned works to become displayed in public areas areas in London, Moscow, Montreal, as well as other main cities. She educated at both Saint Martin’s College of Art as well as the Slade College of ARTWORK. She trained for three years at University University London’s Slade College of ARTWORK and in addition became an Honorary Fellow from the Royal Institute for United kingdom Architects. Though she was created in Vienna, Austria, she grew up mainly in Worcestershire, Britain. Her dad, Franz, was an inventor and engineer, and her mom, Pauline, was an aspiring musician. She was created within the same season as fellow United kingdom printmaker and painter Tom Phillips.