photography festival in the scottish highlands

Creative Photography festival 

I am delighted to announce that I have organised a new creative photography festival. It takes place on the 27th -30th October, 2022 in Loch Ness,  Highlands of Scotland.
3 days of photography, inspiration and creative community

Speakers include 

Marianthi Lainas, Mark Littlejohn, KJ Nasrul, Paul Sanders, Charlotte Bellamy, Lesley Lintott, Kim Grant, Bill Ward, James Kelly, Anna Deacon, Margaret Soraya, Justine Ritchie, Cassandra Baron
Open to all levels of photographer or creative, this is a warm, friendly environment to encourage creativity in the most beautiful area in Scotland during autumn.

Creative Haven online Community 

Creative Haven membership is an inclusive, supportive, and active online community of photographers of all levels. Whether you’re a professional with bags of lenses or want to capture your life with your iPhone in a more creative way, you’ll feel at home.

Each month has a new theme and leader Margaret shares fresh tutorials, workbooks to work on it in your own way. The themes are designed to inspire and be a springboard for your own interpretation. Monthly meet-ups allow everyone to connect regularly in person and for Margaret to help and inspire in person.

Quiet Landscapes Podcast

My new podcast has been going for a few months now and you can find it on the website below or on Apple or Spotify.

Quiet Landscapes Podcast.

The podcast is based around a belief that everyone can create beautiful images, feel fulfilled, and improve well-being through photography. I explore different ways that photographers, creatives, and thought leaders work and live often in remote and unusual locations. The conversations will spark your enthusiasm and inspire you to be creative

I am delighted that my solo photographic exhibition ‘Quiet” is now open at Taunus Foto Gallerie in Bad Hombug, Frankfurt.
“In her exquisite studies of turquoise waves rolling onto Luskentyre beach with the stunning backdrop of the Harris hills behind, we see how vast open beaches are critical in the foreground to convey her message, as they invite us, the viewer, into her sea of solitude and allow us a breathing space to reflect and daydream a little”

F stop and Collaborate Podcast

I recently chatted with Matt Payne from the F stop and Collaborate podcast about my seascape photography and life and travels around the Scottish Highlands and Islands. You can hear this episode using the link below:

Delighted to see this article out in this months edition of Country Liftestyle Magazine!