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Historic Landscapes

There will be an exhibition of the findings of the archeological teams that have been working on the land due for development for the new Hinkley Point Power stations in West Somerset. I have been lucky enough to have been involved from the start of the project, photographing the landscape before the development and documenting […]

RPS Biennial Members Exhibition

Yesterday I was absolutely thrilled to receive an e mail informing me that one of my images had been chosen as one of 100 finalists in the 2015 Royal Photographic Society’s Members Biennial Exhibition. This exhibition will tour next year, dates to be announced. Ì am especially pleased that it features Libby, a real countrywoman […]

Muchelney Pottery

Yesterday Saturday 15th November saw the opening of the exhibition ‘Reflection’  that I am lucky enough to have at the lovely gallery in John Leach’s Muchelney Pottery.  It is a show  that reflects my work over the past couple of years. It includes images of the wet and wild winters and my travels to the […]

Motherly duties

Just for a change I was called upon to go to the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy yesterday to take some ‘team’ pictures of my sailor daughter Mary and her new sailing partner Tom Phipps as they start on the last part of their ‘Road to Rio’.  It was a dull gloomy day, good […]

Somerset Art Weeks

I open this evening, 19th Sept, in my new space an old cider shed.  It has been a long journey to create this, firstly the remains of the old cider press had to be shifted, they went to a good home with a bunch of keen cider makers in Dorset – quite a heave to […]


Had a fun day out yesterday with the MPA South West Region.  We went on the steam train from Bishops Lydeard to Watchet, getting off on the way at Crowcombe Heathfield to try and take ‘Brief Encounter’ type photographs in roaring sunshine.  It was very interesting to see top professional Stuart Wood having to work […]

Shetland Isles

We went to Shetland because my husband was sailing in a dinghy racing championship and we had had a warm invitation to go to Burravoe on Yell and take part.  It was mid June , so we never saw the dark, sheep merrily grazing at 4.00am in bright sunshine!! No good for sunsets and sunrises.  […]