Design is and always has been how Emma sees life and how she lives life.
She grew up in the Potteries, an area shaped by design and innovation, framed by its industrial heritage and surrounding varied landscapes. It was at this time and within this environment that she developed her love of design.
Emma's work is influenced by moments in time - moments with nature, family, friends and celebrations. She weaves her perceptions of nature, gardens, landscapes and people in these moments and places into her work to create a unique illustrative style, producing striking and personal designs.
These prints are inspired by Emma’s many walks in Richmond Park, which is located in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and is the largest of London’s Royal Parks. Emma was captivated by the changes in colour through the seasons and weather, and it's many views and perspectives.