Can we let the images speak for themselves? Embracing the power of photography in as many ways as possible, Karen has a extensive career as a photographer with an impressive portfolio of clients, commissions and collaborations.
Above and below you can scroll through a selection of images on different themes – museums and galleries, lifestyle, travel and interiors, food and drink. (If you’d like to see more travel images please view Travel Stories).
Please get in touch if you’d like to discuss anything, including commissions, image usage or press invites.
Selected clients and featured work:
Museums and Heritage: David Parr House / English Heritage / Kettles Yard / Marine Conservation Society / National Archive / Peterborough Sculpture Trust / Teylers Museum / Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust
Travel and Tourism: Amsterdam Partners / art’otel / DFDS / Dorsett Hotels / The Hoxton / Marriott Hotels / Hotel Lion d’Or / PPHE Hotel Group / Rotterdam Partners / Son Brull / Taj Mahal Palace / Thomas Cook / Visit Flanders / Visit Netherlands / Waldorf Astoria
Lifestyle: Away / BBC News / Bridgestone / Caterpillar / Elho / Facebook / Fujifilm / Green Flag / Lotus Cars / Luks Linen / Nisshoku Watches / Omlet / Piglet / Riut / Shade Station
Food and Drink: Bellavita Awards / Chase / Crafthouse / Diageo / Divine Chocolate / Glorious Foods / L’anticacascina / Opies / Pink Lady / Sous Chef / Tozi / Waitrose / Willie’s Cacao
Publications: British Journal of Photography / Country Living / Fabric Magazine / Homes and Antiques / The Independent / Metro / Practical Poultry / Financial Times / Smallholder / Tatler
I’ve been thinking about what I like in an image, it’s a feeling – that you might feel
part of that moment, or be reminded of something you’d forgotten – brought back to you by
the thought of a cool breeze or the soft fur of a cat. I like that a lot.