I began studying photography in 2011, first with an A-level then going on to the University of Creative Arts. My particular interests have always been macro and low-light photography, but in 2018 I began experimenting with wet cyanotypes. As I started to create images in my garden, using just flowers, foliage, water, chemically treated paper and natural light, I was fascinated by the transient images that appear during development. It is impossible to preserve these changing colours and patterns, so I capture them on camera before they disappear. My prints are available framed or unframed, and as cushions and cards. They are on sale in various outlets in the south-east.