I have City and Guilds in photography, studied with the London School of Journalism, gaining a distinction in Feature and Travel Writing and I’m presently in the middle of a Creative Writing degree. I take lots of pictures for all sorts of people, and I write.
I’ll never forget my first overseas trip to Kos, Greece. I was left speechless, a little sunburnt and needing to see everywhere. I was even offered a job – I still wonder what would have happened if I had said yes. A few trips later, I ended up in Western Australia and stayed for 17 years, raising my family. One of my most unforgettable memories was when I was asked to travel around the Pilbara for three weeks to photograph and interview staff members for Frontier Services. I gained an incredible insight into the indigenous community of WA – it was a privilege.
I’m now back in the UK and settled in the beautiful Shropshire Hills with Mr Holloway and our two dogs.
If you would like to work with me or licence a picture, please get in touch – I might pitch you in the meantime!
My images have been archived in the Western Australian Library.
Here are a few organisations I have worked with:
Community News, Perth, Australia plus News Limited, Perth Bride, Perth Woman, Finally at 40 magazines, Flourish Magazine, Vogue Australia, Frontier Services, Joondalup Council, Perth Council, Smith Family Charity, Kronsberg Perth, Perfect Spanish weddings, Hampshire Life, Deliveroo, Opticon, Formula E, My Shrewsbury Magazine, Make A Wish, Travel Begins at 40, Travel Mag, Gone Travelling and Shropshire Living Magazine.