Emma is a professional equestrian photographer based in the Lake District, with her husband Calum, fell pony Louie and Mog the cat.
In the 1990’s she worked as a freelance photographer for a number of equestrian publications honing her 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 she’s been developing both her photography and digital skills, to create classic and timeless works of equestrian art.
Emma is a member of the Guild of Photographers and Royal Photographic Society. Her work has been exhibited in the Design Museum in London and featured in Horse and Hound, Country Life and The Field Magazines. Emma won ‘Equine Image of the Year’ and ‘Overall Image of the Year’ (judges choice) in 2020.
MEDIA & EXHIBITIONS
Emma’s work has appeared in…
“PHOTOGRAPHY IS THE ART OF FROZEN TIME… THE ABILITY TO STORE EMOTION AND FEELINGS WITHIN A FRAME.”
FROM THE BLOG
I do have to pinch myself sometimes when I'm out on location doing my equine photoshoots at the locations I turn up to and the incredible horses I photograph. Here Debbie had four stunning Clydesdales on her Lake District farm; of which she rides with her friends...
My first equine photoshoot of the season was with the lovely Carol and her daughter Millie - and of course not forgetting the two stars Royal and Topcat. Millie, like all teenagers was growing out of her first pony and had just recently purchased Topcat. Both Royal...
It was great to be asked by the Guild of Photographers a few months ago to do a talk on Equine Photography. Take a look at below - and find out more, about how the Fell pony and the British Thoroughbred have influenced my work. Take away top tips on how to get...