I’m a professional photographer/artist based in the beautiful Lake District, with my husband Calum, our fell pony Lathomdale Louie and Mog the cat.
In the 1990’s I worked as a freelance photographer for a number of equestrian publications honing my craft using film cameras Pentax K100 and ME Super’s. Combined with the emergence of the internet and software packages such as Photoshop, the last twenty years I’ve been developing both my photography and digital skills, to create timeless works of equestrian art.
I work is inspired by Philip de Lászlo, (1869 – 1937) who excelled as a portrait painter favoured by European Royality and the UK aristocracy.
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FROM THE BLOG
Great to have some of my photographs featured this month's Guild's 40th Edition of Creative Light magazine. It's free digital magazine for all photography enthusiasts to read and packed with fascinating articles and inspirational images. To access the magazine click...
Blimey, this one, came totally out of the blue and I'm still trying to process it! So I entered the Chromatic Photography Awards, my first International competition with one image. (I'm testing the water, let's give it a go I thought!) I had no idea what to name the...
Over the moon to receive an email from the Guild of Photographers today to let me know two of my photographs have been shortlisted for ‘Equine Photograph of the year’. Only 10 shortlisted I’m super happy the gorgeous thoroughbred Blakerigg and the handsome fell pony...