2019 in Pictures from Marionseye
I last wrote a newsletter in February, maybe you haven’t noticed but here I am again, here are a few highlights from my work in 2019…
I won a tour behind the scenes at Westonbirt Arboretum with Director Andrew Smith and photographed the acers in Autumn which were spectacular.
One of my commissioned images for the Woodland Trust’s Tree of the Year.
A cheesy grin at winning an RHS Silver Gilt Medal at the Botanical Art & Photography Show this summer for the ‘Diversity of Beech Trees‘ portfolio.
Community Art Project with Ormiston Rivers Academy, working on a 3 week photography project on multiple exposures & creative photography.
Two Rivers aerial photography collection for Burnham Art Trail, full gallery here.
Works in touring exhibitions with International Garden Photographer of the Year and Celebrating Our Oaks which have been visiting gardens and arboretums around the UK. Images also appeared in these two books.
Events Coming up in 2020
15th to 17th May 2020
National Flower Show, Hylands House, Chelmsford
20th to 28th June 2020
Burnham Arts Trail including Art on the Quay TBC
More Events will be booked in the New Year, check my events page for updates
Woodland Photography Workshops in Epping Forest
24th April 2020
Autumn Date TBC
RHS Hyde Hall Photography Workshops
21st March 2020
Indoor Botanical Studio Photography
5th September 2020
Creative Tree Photography
Don’t forget you can book a 4 hour 1:2:1 Photography Tuition Session with me in East Essex for £120.
Learn at your own pace at one of the many woodlands, gardens and parks in the area.
Bring a friend for an additional £35
Gift Vouchers are available
Many of you may already know that I am an artist as well as a photographer. Here are a few pictures of some of my latest work. I honestly don’t sleep as I don’t have time! An online shop for prints, cards and the work below coming in 2020.
Flower & leaf pressing and resin
Fluid Art and handmade glass beads
I wish you all a lovely Christmas and Happy New Year whatever you may be doing. I hope that my work inspires you to appreciate both the natural world, art and photography. If you want to try a workshop with me in 2020 I would be pleased to help. I promise my Spring newsletter will be shorter but I did have a whole years news 🙂