A freelance photo-journalist for The Daily Telegraph, The Press Association and Hello Magazine. She moved to U.S when Niche Media’s Ocean Drive Magazine offered her a staff position for six glorious seasons. Here she captured celebrities at home and at play in Socially Seen. She also worked alongside Travel & Leisure writer Tom Austin providing monthly images for the popular profile page -Shot on Site. From 1999 onwards she won recognition with articles and her coffee table book on artist Gustavo Novoa entitled Paradise Revisited. After this she staged several highly acclaimed photo exhibits. Then in 2008 became official photographer of Dwina Gibb and the late Robin Gibb CBE in USA and UK.She went on to return freelancing at Hello Magazine and submitting celebrity imagery to Rex Features. Recently in 2009 after extensive travelling she birthed the concept for Extraordinary Guides as a 350 page glossy guide highlighting the best of the best in top destinations worldwide that will link jet sets worldwide. Launched at The Forge 2012 in Miami it is available at 5 major luxury Outlets and is ideal for customized corporate gifting at $99. January 17th (Miami Beach, FL) — The Extraordinary Guide to South Beach is a quintessential lifestyle guide to South Beach- delivering the hippest and most happening as well as the traditional and classic choices. It is indeed a perfect read prior to a trip, during or after as its shelf life is long due to annual updates and high society access and photo illustrations depicting the best of the best. The insiders guide personifies the energy and electricity of one of the most popular destinations in the world and captivates throughout with high resolution imagery.As the premier book in the series, this one of a kind innovative luxury guide acts as a memorable gift or marketing tool. Ron Wood is an iconic musician and accomplished artist spanning decades of sucessfull appreciation with The Rolling Stones . Regardless of his fame Ron remains to this day a free spirit and classic 21st century Troubadour personified in this shot holding a Butterfly.
Pappa was a Rolling Stone, 2012
30 x 20 in (76.2 x 50.8 cm)
Edition of 50

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Pappa was a Rolling Stone
  • Dimensions
    30 x 20 in (76.2 x 50.8 cm)