10 years ago I was suffering from anorexia and was very ill. The fear of food was overwhelming and it had become my biggest enemy.
I recovered, miraculously, and began to see food in a new light. My husband (and biggest fan) bought me a Nikon camera and a day’s photography course with a wonderful tutor. This started a new chapter in my life and the food that once took away my joy of living became my inspiration.
This is how I try to portray food in my photography - as an object of fascination, mystery, beauty and, above all, a work of art to be defined, respected and enjoyed.
This passion has created a defined signature style that can be seen throughout my photography. I love to create photographs that make people wonder how I’ve taken the shot. A shot that can’t be googled for an answer. I love the individuality of each photo and endless opportunities. I hope my photography will give viewers some time out of their daily life to enjoy and think about each photo.