Helen is a local Norfolk artistic photographer who's passion is to make images full of movement and colour in an attempt to reflect the mood and beauty of the world around her. Helen lives just a 10 minutes drive from the North Norfolk coast and 15 minutes from the Broads National Park. She started her own photographic journey back in 2010 when she purchased her first DSLR. Helen taught herself by taking lots of photos and watching many a You tube video instead of soaps on the TV.
A year later, when Dylan her loyal labrador came into her life, Helen rediscovered her love for the Norfolk Coast and Broads National Park. Its thanks to Dylan and his enthusiasm for walking the long coastal paths and waterways, that together they began explored and reconnected with her home county. Helen and Dylan are both still on an adventure everyday!
Helen strives to continually developed her creativity and technical photographic skills. She can be found most weeks either taking landscapes on the coast or inland in the Broads National Park. Helen believes that the North Norfolk Coast and Broads National Park offer an external subject that encourages us slow down and relax.
Helens has passion and her personal aim is to share her inspiring and artistic photographs with others. Helen believes that the beauty of working impressionistically is that she can suggest mood by her careful use of colour, shape, and of course light. Her images can be reduced to a diverse collection of shapes, lines and colours, textures and patterns.
Helen has joined the Royal Photographic Society this year to support her own personal and professional development. She has been published on many occasions in local, international and national magazines and last year she was a finalist in the International Garden Photographer of the Year (2017). Helen is now the Lead photographer for the National Park (Broads) and her aim is to support visitors by giving them all the information and inspiration they need to capture the very best that Norfolk has to offer.