My early career was in dance and theatre where I developed an aptitude for choreography, costume and set design. Now, as an educator, I teach primary children a varied curriculum including experience in the outdoors, appreciating, conserving and connecting to nature.
Creativity runs as a major transferable skill throughout my career, creativity is my passion. As it once featured in dance, it now features in my photography and teaching. As long as I remember, I have loved nature and going on an adventure into the great outdoors to explore, to inspire and to share with others.
My ancestors were fisher folk of the East Neuk of Fife who sailed the North Seas to the Faroe Islands, and country dwellers who tended the landscapes of Perthshire. The influences of these roots are in my attitudes and lifestyle preferences and may be hinted at in my work.
Based in Scotland, Wild Aye photography loves landscape and seascapes, wind and waves, flora, fauna and food. I also quite like people, too.
I am proud to be a member of the Royal Photographic Society. I am committed to applying the National Geographic and Nature First principles to my outdoor and photography practice.