Growing up as an only child, I found taking photographs was my way of sharing my adventures and experiences when we travelled overseas. I was given my first camera on my 10th birthday to take on school journey to Holland, Belgium and Germany and I never looked back. Throughout my late teens I discovered how important it was to carry a camera with me at all times and invested in a tiny Rollei A110 camera that fitted neatly inside my cigarette packet!
With a safari to Kenya booked in 2008, I panicked wondering whether I would be able to produce good enough photographs of the animals; so David and I booked a workshop with a wildlife photographer and after that I was completely hooked on both wildlife photography and workshops! Funnily enough, the only image I have sold to date was of a dandelion clock (not illustrated here).
I joined Potters Bar Photographic Society in January 2018.