Alice’s journey to become a wildlife photographer was born out of a passion for the natural world that began at an early age. Encouraged by family members, she developed an understanding of the wildlife and flora around her which enables her to capture the intimate details of her subjects.
Alice’s work has been recognised in several international competitions, she been shortlisted in the Luminar Bug Photography 2020 competition with her image of a Paper Wasp making a nest which was entered in the Bug Homes category, and in the Close Up Photographer of the Year: One Colour Frame Challenge, with her image of a Scorpionfly on a nettle leaf. More recently, she achieved a second shortlisting in the Luminar Bug Photography 2021 competition too with her image of a Cinnabar moth in the Butterflies and Moths category.
In October 2022, Alice suffered multiple strokes at the age of 36. Her photography had to take a back seat while she recovered but, despite this, she is now back to doing what she loves and looking forward to more adventures.
In addition to the wildlife that she loves, Alice also photographs landscapes from time to time and takes commissions for a wide range of subjects. She sells her images and merchandise online as well as in a variety of local outlets.
Alice contributes to the Wildscreen Exchange initiative to help conservation charities raise awareness of their causes and enjoys working alongside the Wildlife Trusts both as a photographer and writer. She also leads photographic and wildlife watching tours with Greentours and Greenwings, and offers private guiding to sites in her local area.
Alice particularly enjoys writing about her experiences on her blog but can also be booked for illustrated talks about her travels and speaks regularly at photographic and gardening clubs as well as U3A and a variety of other interest groups.