While training as a doctor I was taught that observation was the most important diagnostic tool before I was even allowed to touch my patients. This training has served me well in photography where acute observation is the key to everything.
Having spent many years photographing people I have decided to specialise more narrowly, and am focusing (literally) on horses, landscape, coastal scenes often with Intentional Camera Movement, which produces interesting and unpredictable results in abstract images.
As people often say they have run out of wall space I have now produced some of the images as luxury silk scarves which seem to be attracting much interest.
There is a degree of magic in the creation of these images and if you also feel the magic please get in touch to ask any questions or to buy any item.
What’s Kate been up to?
I'm often asked about how to wear a scarf. Well there are books, videos and all all sorts of information on this to be had. I have to admit I generally go for simplicity, as I am not a fussy dresser, and I don't have lots of luxuriant hair which makes it much easier...read more
I'm attaching a short film of me photographing a horse so I can show you something about me that might be of interest. I was lucky enough to be able to photograph Snip, a most obliging horse, who looks great in the film. You can see how well he behaves even with...read more
Whenever I go to an exhibition at one of the London galleries, I always seem to end up in the gift shop. I find the goods that reflect the content of the exhibition very enticing! Recently I saw an exhibition of David Hockney’s South Yorkshire images, which was really...read more