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Copyright @2019 Juliette Scott

I come from an arts background having obtained a B.A. Honours in History of Art from Nottingham University. I worked at Bonhams Auction House in London during the nineties and also for the Art Loss Register. When I moved up to Northumberland I took a long distance diploma course in Interior Design with KLC School of Design. I have worked as an interior designer for fourteen years, both for the residential and commercial sectors.

I became seriously interested in photography four years ago. Colour is my primary passion and whether in the UK or abroad, I find excitement and inspiration from the sky, sea and land  through the ever changing seasons. Flowers play a huge part in my life too; I have grown up with a love of gardens and flowers primarily due to my father who has always worked in  horticulture. My cutting garden in Northumberland is my pride and joy and flowers allow me to not only engage with my love of colour but also with structure and light.


Taking photos is immensely important to me. I like to experiment with Intentional Camera Movement, Multi Exposure, Macro photography and Lightbox photography alongside the more traditional photography techniques of recording landscapes and flowers more literally. I am also happy to use Lightroom and Photoshop in post -production, especially when working on more illustrative images.

I am influenced by the magnificent works of the Impressionists  and I also love the intricate floral paintings from the Dutch masters working during the 17th and 18th centuries. I hope to create an emotional response through my photography, and to offer a moment of escapism.

If any of the images capture your imagination and you would like to order artwork, then please get in touch . I use beautiful fine art heavyweight  archival papers to bring out the best in my photography.  My work has been at  The Dancing Light Gallery near Edinburgh during Autumn 2019.  I am currently exhibiting  at The Biscuit Factory in Newcastle upon Tyne . This winter exhibition is on  until mid February 2020.