Berwick New Bridge last light, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland
May Flower Moon, Holy Island Harbour, Northumberland
Berwick Old Bridge last light, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland
Good Friday First Light 2019, Holy Island, Northumberland
St Cuthbert's Light at Easter, Holy Island, Northumberland
New Beginnings, Holy Island, Northumberland
Berwick-Upon-Tweed by Night, Northumberland
January 2019, Blood Moon, Northumberland
Lenticular Wave Cloud, The North Shore, Lindisfarne, Northumberland
Santa Eulalia Del Rio Sunrise, Islas Baleares, Spain
Christmas Eve Eve, Story book light, Lindisfarne, Northumberland
Pilgrims Way Spring Sunset, High Tide, Lindisfarne, Northumberland
Harbour Light, Golden Hour, Lindisfarne, Northumberland
Pilgrims Way, Red Sky at Night, Lindisfarne, Northumberland
St Cuthbert's Island Light, Holy Island, Northumberland
Lindisfarne Castle Autumn Sunrise, Holy Island, Northumberland
Bamburgh Castle First Light, Bamburgh, Northumberland
Loch Leven Summer Last Light, Glencoe, Scottish Highlands, Scotland
TS Royalist, Tall Ship, Golden Hour Light, Holy Island, Northumberland
Lone Sail Boat, Blue Hour Seascape, Holy Island, Northumberland
Golden Hour Morning Spring Light, The Harbour, Holy Island, Northumberland
Shag Portrait, Staple Island, Outer Farne, Northumberland
Atlantic Breeding Puffin Portrait, Staple Island, Outer Farne, Northumberland
Storm Emma, Lindisfarne, Northumberland
The Pilgrims Way Autumn Sunset, Holy Island, Northumberland
Ben Nevis Summit, Fort William, Scottish Highlands, Scotland
Audrey's Light, St Cuthbert's Island, Holy Island, Northumberland
A boy & his dog as the last light fades, Holy Island Causeway, Northumberland
Alnmouth Beach First Light Seascape, Northumberland
The Pilgrims Way Last Light, Holy Island, Northumberland
Summer Sailing Off Lindisfarne, Northumberland
Sa Palomera Golden Hour, Blanes, Costa Brava, Spain
Monument de Sa Polymer Sunset, Blanes, Costa Brava, Spain
‘The gateway to the Costa Brava’
Port de Blanes Summer Sunset, Costa Brava, Spain
Badgers Lodge Spring Sunset, Haggerston Castle, Northumberland
Pilgrims Way Autumn Light Reflections, Lindisfarne, Northumberland
Badgers Lodge Spring Sunset, Lake View, Haggerston Castle, Northumberland
In this portfolio you will find Emma's evocative Images of Holy Island also known as Lindisfarne.
Holy Island is one of Britain's places of outstanding natural beauty. The captivating little tidal island is situated just off the North East Coast in Northumberland and can be accessed by a Causeway road twice a day at low tide.
Emma has been photographing Holy Island since the Spring of 2002. She calls this body of creative work, 'Holy Island, My journey of light'. After falling in love with the islands astounding light and inspirational ever changing views due to the island's unique tidal system. Emma made the life changing decision to relocate to the Island in the Summer of 2009 which enabled her to have a closer relationship with the landscape she loves.
Emma says: "For me it has been a journey like no other, to be able to actively photograph this magical little place for a decade and a half. Hopefully these images will one day help form part of the islands history for the generations to come. Here time stands still. I have never experienced light like this, it is completely compelling, a true paradise of ever-changing scenery, combine this with an array of majestic light and mind blowing dynamic skies. The perfect ingredients for landscape photography"
Emma knew from her very first visit there was no place like this. 'It's just the feeling of the place, it has it's own sense of spirituality and calm."
Emma runs photography workshops on Holy Island, please see the workshop section of this site for further information.
'Holy Island is simply inspirational, it is a true theatre of light. A magnificent vista for aspiring photographers to come and join me and learn in this awe inspiring landscape. Once you have photographed and experienced the true magic of Holy Island, it will change your photography and life forever. There really is no place like here, it is unique because of it's tidal system. The landscape is continually changing, hour by hour, day by day, it is never the same."
Lindisfarne Castle Sunrise, Holy Island, Northumberland
The Award winning image of Lindisfarne Castle at Sunrise, Holy Island. (Lindisfarne) Northumberland.
St Cuthbert's Light, Easter 2019, Holy Island, Northumberland
In this portfolio of work you will find Emma's atmospheric and serene images of Lindisfarne Castle of which she has been actively photographing throughout the changing seasons during first light, sunrise, sunset, last light and the golden hours for the last 18 years.
“Lindisfarne Castle, sparked a passion in me for Landscape Photography, it was the first place I ever photographed from a landscape perspective in the Spring of 2002. I have continued to photograph and teach about light, using Lindisfarne Castle as one of my subjects ever since.
My work of the Castle has been a journey like no other, never is the light, landscape or tidal rhythm ever the same.
I have collated a portfolio of some of my pieces of the Castle over this period of time.
Lindisfarne Castle has been an integral part of my life as a human being and also an artist.”
To enquire about purchasing a print, licensing an image or creative exhibition from this body of work please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rainbow over Lindisfarne Castle, Holy Island, Northumberland
Lindisfarne Castle Summer Grasses at Golden Hour, Holy Island
Lindisfarne Castle late Spring Sunset
Good Friday 2019, First Light, Lindisfarne Castle, Lindisfarne, Northumberland
The images within this portfolio represent Emma's iconic Northumberland landscape portfolio of work. If you wish to purchase a print, licence an image or discuss potential of a landscape photography commission both in the UK or overseas please contact: email@example.com
Bamburgh Castle First Light, Bamburgh, The Northumberland Coast, Northumberland
Emma's captivating images of the Northumberland Coastline convey a spiritual entity. She has discovered & portrays this through her imagery of one of the most unspoilt areas of outstanding natural beauty in the UK. The Northumberland Coast is simply stunning and captures ones imagination, vast expanses of preserved beaches. Emma hopes you can take a pause in your life through her work and take in the Northumberland Coast. Her work shows engagement with place, light and landscape.
If you wish to purchase a bespoke print, licence an image or discuss potential of a landscape photography commission both in the UK or overseas please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arthur's Light, The Long Night, Spittal Beach, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland
The images within this portfolio represent Emma's iconic landscape portfolio of work from mainland Scotland, the Scottish Highlands and Islands. If you wish to purchase a print, licence an image or discuss potential of a landscape photography commission both in the UK or overseas please contact: email@example.com
The Pap of Glencoe over Loch Leven, Golden Hour, Glencoe, Scottish Highlands, Scotland
Ben Nevis Summit, Fort William, Scottish Highlands, Scotland
‘On top of the World’ The highest Mountain in the United Kingdom.
Leiden, The Netherlands
Leiden an atmospheric Dutch City, based in the province of South Holland in the Netherlands. Just 42 Kilometres from the Capital City of Amsterdam and can be easily reached by train from Schiphol airport.
Leiden boasts a beautiful and enthralling port 'De Haven' and many pretty waterways of which you can discover by bike or on foot.
Such an impressive and beautiful City filled with much wonderful history and 28 kilometres of stunning waterways with 88 bridges. Leiden is the birth place of Rembrandt. Albert Einstein lectured astronomy and physics to students in the University. Leiden University is the oldest University in the Netherlands and was founded in 1575 by William of Orange, who was also leader of the Dutch Revolt in the Eighty Years' War.
If you wish to purchase an image from this Leiden portfolio, please contact Emma for further information and cost at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Leiden Port, 'De Haven' by Night, Leiden City, South Holland, The Netherlands
The images within this portfolio represent Emma's nature portfolio of work. If you wish to purchase a print, licence an image or discuss potential of a nature photography commission both in the UK or overseas please contact: email@example.com
Atlantic Feeding Puffin, Staple Island, Outer Farne, Northumberland
The images within this portfolio represent the cooler climates and snowy conditions of which Emma has photographed. To enquire about purchasing a print or licensing an image from this body of work please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lindisfarne Castle Snow, Holy Island, Northumberland
Light is an especially instrumental part of landscape photography. The blue hour can be one of the most captivating times of day. With the transition of time between night and day, day and night. My favourite name for these periods of time is first and last light and it is when cooler blue tones are falling on the scene in landscape photography. Missing the blue hour is not something you should do if you are serious about learning landscape photography.
The images within this portfolio represent Emma's iconic blue hour landscape portfolio of work. If you wish to purchase a print, licence an image or discuss potential of a landscape photography commission both in the UK or overseas please contact: email@example.com
Here is a selection of images I made during, "Storm Emma" and "The Beast from the East" which raged in on Monday evening the 26th February 2018.
It was an eerie six days and once the weather had calmed enough to venture outside, I hoped to photograph the landscape as it felt to me during that period of time.
"As if I had stepped inside a story book and taken presence in another world."
I hope you enjoy my image sequence titled, "The Calm after Storm" through a landscape photographers eyes, Holy Island. I hope these images adequately reflect some of the drama that was present over this incredibly extraordinary period.
Emma's Story, from those unique six days:
Late evening, Monday the 26th February was when we were first hit with the "Beast from the East" on Holy Island. It was indeed a storm of mass proportions that raged on for days.
By Tuesday lunchtime we could barely see out of our house windows as everywhere was covered in the lashing snow and ice particles from the storm. Upon daring to step outside for inspection, I made a small trip through the deserted village, only to find I couldn't even make it any further due to the high winds and hurling snow. The front of my cottage now resembled something out of the film, the day after tomorrow. I often wonder why human beings are so curious, when it would make much more sense to stay inside, but no we have to inspect.
Wednesday night came and was joined by storm Emma, the true velocity of what was occurring hit, mother nature was on rampage through our village streets, blocking us in and those who did venture out were hit with grave conditions. Even collecting coal for the fire from the back gardens was a challenge.
I quickly realised as the skies fell into heavy grey & foreboding hues, the snow continuing to swirl and spin on our little island nestled in the north sea, that it was going to be difficult to photograph. I decided to wait until conditions calmed. I had no other option.
On Saturday the 3rd March 2018, after realising we had all been completely blocked off from the mainland since Tuesday the 27th February. The causeway covered in sea and ice bergs, with the ebb and flow of the in and out going tide. Beal Lonnen our only route to the A1 from the causeway, covered in 10 foot high snow drifts, blocking the country road, our only exit by land. The A1 was closed for the best part of three days from Alnwick to Berwick which is quite a lengthy stretch of road.
I put on my winter kit and properly ventured out for the first time with my camera since both storms had hit, dodging the still ever present snow flurries and exploring the island. This wasn't the happy snow and amazing light I had witnessed during the heavy snow falls of 2010. This was something different, unique, eerie in it's presence, a powerful feeling fell, mother nature had been playing out one of the most dramatic performances I had ever seen.
If you wish to book a photography workshop on Holy Island please contact Emma on the link below: