Emma studied at Kingston University and Camberwell College of art before pursuing a career in publishing at Hearst.
Throughout her working life she has always maintained her interest in art and continued to develop through experimentation with different materials.
Emma has spent the last five years returning to her roots as an artist, teaching as well as developing her own skills in paint and charcoal.
“My current work is predominantly acrylic and I’m particularly interested in the balance of abstract and realism within a landscape. I try to communicate my own love of colour and the excitement I feel when putting together a composition.”