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Emma Cattell | Photography
“ What I love to do, what keeps me going back into the studio every day, is revealing something unique about every person I photograph so whoever looks at the image feels a connection."
It is this talent for getting to the heart of the subject that has seen Emma enjoy an impressively successful career over 20 years. She has shot divas in their dressing rooms, rock stars in their homes, women prisoners in Iraq and nurses in Camp Bastion, Afghanistan; she is still one of the few British female photographers to have visited a war zone.
Her long career has seen her travelling from Belgrade to Iraq, from Antigua to Mombassa, from Bangkok to Croatia and many, many places in between. Over the years she has done everything from doorsteps to pack shots but now her speciality is portraiture and fashion.
“I feel naked if I don't have a camera with me.”
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