My interest and love of photography started the other side of a camera many years ago as a model, actress and as a producer.
I have always had some sort of camera at hand, too various to mention, a classic happy snapper with a good eye, very visual but in the early days less technical.
More than a decade ago a dramatic and life changing illness inspired a new way of thinking and a new way of life, leaving London for the tranquility of the countryside.
My desire for self-improvement is very important in all aspects of my life, and this includes a comprehensive understanding of the process of digital photography. This became useful in my role as an Archaeological Finds Assistant, which included taking photographs of the finds and becoming a Practitioner member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists PCIfA.
This was the start of my serious photographic journey...
A local camera shop introduced me to the perfect mentor who helped me hone my photography skills, and In November 2013 I was awarded a Licentiate distinction from the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain which has further inspired my desire to strive for more qualifications in the future.
I am a versatile generalist photographer, though my personal interest leans towards macro, nature and landscape photography.