Following a successful and rich experience at school and college in both art and textiles, Emily studied Art Foundation for a year at Falmouth University, Cornwall. She realised her strength in Fine Art and passion for portraying the animal kingdom which led her to produce her very first solo show with The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) to help save wildlife.
Whilst her art gained momentum she also chose to study, alongside her commissions and exhibitions, at Lavender Hill Studios, London. This was the foundation and technical training she had always searched for.
Emily has supported DSWF’s ‘Art for Survival’ Programme donating paintings for various fundraising exhibitions and auctions, and also supports several other conservation initiatives.
She believes in a fresh, progressive and dynamic approach to her art, which is supplemented by regular trips abroad to Africa and Asia, seeking new reference and consequently feeding her passion for conservation.