"There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs"
Carole's love of photography started at the age of 8 when her father gave her one of his old cameras, an analogue Voightlander, and taught her how to use it ...and she has been taking photographs ever since! Carole strongly believes in getting the image right in the camera and so the time she spends in post production is very minimal.
In 1999 Carole decided to take her photography to the next level by going back to College, and achieved a B Tech Diploma in Photography at West Herts College in 2000, achieving distinction for her Final Major Project in Motorcycle Racing and also winning an Industry Award. Her work has been published in leading magazines and both the local and national press.
More recently, Carole has submitted her work to the British Institute of Professional Photography and has qualified as a Fellow in the category of Motorsport. Fellowship is the highest qualification attainable and recognises distinguished individual ability and exceptional standards of excellence. In 2016 Carole has joined The Royal Photographic Society and they have awarded her the Associate of the Society in recognition of her work. The Royal Photographic Society's distinctions are internationally respected and sought after. The RPS is an educational charity with a Royal Charter and was founded in 1853 'to promote the Art and Science of Photography'.
Although Carole has specialised in professional sports photography, and in particular motorcycle racing, she has undertaken a wide variety of other work and commissions including environmental portraiture, landscape and commercial photography as displayed throughout this web site.