I am a local Norfolk professional photographer. I am so lucky to live just a 10 minutes drive from the North Norfolk coast and 15 minutes from the Broads National Park. I started my own photographic journey back in 2010 when I purchased my first DSLR and taught myself by taking lots of photos and watching many You tube videos instead of soaps on the TV. A year later, when Dylan my loyal labrador came into my life, I rediscovered the Norfolk Coast and Broads National Park. Its thanks to Dylan and his enthusiasm for walking the long coastal paths and waterways, we explored and reconnected with my home county. We are both still on an adventure and we are loving it!
I do strive to continually developed my creativity and technical photographic skills. I am out most weeks either taking landscapes on the coast or inland in the Broads National Park. I love nothing better than finding something new about Norfolk, and as a sociable friendly person, I also love meeting up with new people who share my passion aka photography.
I believe that the North Norfolk Coast and Broads National Park offer an external subject that encourages us slow down and relax. I love to create images that convey mood, emotion and feelings.
My personal aim is be a competent and respected photographer and share inspiring artistic photographs with others. The beauty of working impressionistically is that you can suggest mood by careful use of colour, shape, and of course light. I believe that every creative landscape can be reduced to a diverse collection of shapes, lines and colours, textures and patterns.
I was very proud when I gained my Licentiate (SWPP) last year, and this year I have joined the Royal Photographic Society to support my own personal and professional development. I have been published on many occasions in local, international and national magazines and last year I was finalist in the International Garden Photographer of the Year (2017).
Please do have a look around my site and if I haven't answered any questions you may have, please feel free to drop me an email or a call.