Emma Rothera is an award winning professional landscape, nature and travel photographer, designer, writer and workshop facilitator based on Holy Island also known as Lindisfarne which is situated on the North East Coast, Northumberland. At just 16 years old, Yorkshire born Emma, began following her dream when she was offered an unconditional place at Art College. This enabled her to concentrate on her passion of drawing, design and photography on a full time basis. Emma then went onto study Graphic Design Communication at Leeds Metropolitan University and graduated with a BA First Class Honours, one of only nine in the country. She later went on to study a Teaching Qualification in both Further and Higher Education at Huddersfield University. Emma, is now best known for her twenty two year contribution and dedication to the creative industry. After completely falling in love with natural light and landscape, she made the imperative decision to concentrate on her landscape and nature photography full-time. Emma has regularly lectured at further and higher education institutes and since 2010 has run her own photography workshops on Holy Island and throughout the Northumberland Coastline. She also accepts commissions for creative arts projects within the community, and through further and higher education establishments in both Graphic Design and Photography. She believes it’s incredibly important to give something back, by helping other aspiring creatives benefit from her experience.