Photography has played an important part of my life for many years. The first SLR camera I used was my Dad’s old Canon QL25. That camera came out in 1965, but I did say it was already old when I got hold of it. At fourteen, I won a photo competition at school. The photo in all its black & white glory was printed in the school magazine and I thought that was pretty cool.
Fast forward a few years and I had worked in a photo library in London, then as photographic art director in a marketing consultancy, then started a photo agency in London with my husband, then moved abroad. Now I am freelance and create stock photography in the studio or on location both here in the UK and overseas. Highlights have included creating a slideshow video of the fabulous Minterne Gardens in Dorset.
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I am a member of the Garden Media Guild and the Professional Garden Photographers Association, and have won a couple of awards for my garden photography.