Studying Film Production at UCA gave Emma an introduction to the world of filmmaking, and at the Farnham campus, she specialised in Cinematography, where she learnt how to light 16mm, 35mm and digital under award-winning DoPs.
After graduating, she became a camera assistant for artists and progressed further into the industry via her camera roles as film loader and focus puller on short films, music promos to feature films. She advanced into lighting and consequently began operating and became a director of photography on short and feature films.
Using the skills and discipline she learnt in the film industry, Emma moved to Brighton and became a photographer, where she has held numerous fine art exhibitions and has created a diverse corporate portfolio from natural light portraits to time lapse videos.
Within the LGBT community she has worked for g3 magazine, photographing the scene in London and Brighton and regularly documents gender performers and events.