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.
MEDIA & EXHIBITIONS
ART ENABLES US TO FIND OURSELVES AND LOSE OURSELVES AT THE SAME TIME
FROM THE BLOG
Gold Awarded It was with great delight that I was awarded my first Gold medal this month by the Guild of Photographers. The award is given through their Image of the Month award competition, which often sees over 1,000 entries each month. The entries are assessed by a...
Awards night The most exciting evening of the Guild of Photographers calendar is awards night, held at the stunning Crewe Hall, in Cheshire. The very best of the UK's photographers meet to catch up with one another, as well as celebrate the year and some stunning...
Final results from this year’s Guild of Photographers are in! I achieved 8 Silvers, 14 High Bronzes and 11 Bronzes. Huge thanks to everyone that helped me with the competitions this year, especially Christine Jones, Amanda Nelson Batey and Rachel Bastow, for my...