Using window light, each of her photographs can take many hours (or even days) to create. The natural light gives them a greater depth and exceptional colour. “I only use the computer to do what I would have done in the darkroom when I used to use film. So what the viewer sees is a carefully constructed photograph with window light being harnessed to enhance the subject, often with the symbolism of the Dutch Masters. Although I now use digital photography I bring the practice and ethos I used when behind a large format film camera”.
She also does work to commission, often photographing her clients’ favourite flower or food. With many years of experience in commercial photography, primarily the food and drink industries, she still gets called upon to create works of art from many different products.
Her continuing research and development has taken her, so far, to Holland, Denmark and, of course, London.
Collectors of her work span the globe often mixing her photographs with still life paintings.
As a development she has produced a range of beautiful greeting cards which are always popular at her exhibitions. After many requests to buy the cards outside of the shows, she has developed a website exclusively for them.