Born in 1991, Emma developed a keen eye for photography from a young age. After gaining a BSc in Environmental Sciences from the University of Nottingham (2013) she went on to pursue her passion by obtaining an MA in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism at the University of Westminster (2015). Before completing her Masters, Emma returned to Cyprus to shoot ‘Bloodhound’, a project that developed into her first self-published photobook with the same name. ‘Bloodhound’ was exhibited in London at AMBIKA P3 Gallery (2015) and at ‘IAPT Photobook Exhibition’ (2018) at Korai in Nicosia, Cyprus.
Currently based in Cyprus working as a freelance photographer, Emma’s body of work so far includes collaborations with local NGOs and artists, assignments for Cypriot newspapers and magazines, as well as a number of commercial projects for both local and international clients. Her more characteristic commissioned productions however comprise of photographic coverage for most major cultural events on the island. Emma’s distinctive photojournalist style is one she seeks to preserve and mold into her work, both commercially but also in her current and future projects.