Kate Kirkwood

“I am a photographer working from a farm base in the Lake District in England. While self-employed and working in book design and production, learning to take photographs has been something I have done in the between times, inspired by the environment I live in and by poring over the images of the masters. In March 2007 I was invited to present my work-in-progress to a workshop on street photography at Photofusion Gallery in London, as an exploration of the possibilities of ‘rural’ street photography, and later that year I began compiling a serious portfolio after a photograph of mine was selected as one of the final 40 in Tate Modern’s ‘How We Are Now‘ competition. That image can be seen in the Tate archive here.”

via changethethought.com