Wednesday, 23 August 2017
Gill grew up in Yorkshire. Qualifying with an HND in professional photography, she started her career as a travel photographer and later set up a commercial studio in London, winning numerous awards for her photographic work.
On starting a family, Gill had an eight-year break from photography and worked in the corporate sector. After being made redundant, she started heading out on a Monday with a camera and notebook and began to sell her coastal images.
Gill held her first photography exhibition in 2002 and within months had sold hundreds of copies of her work in special edition print. Today her work is sold, collected and published internationally.
In 2014 she combined photos from her weekly travels along the Sussex coastline with her reflections on life, publishing a book entitled "Going out on a Monday".
She is the founder of several galleries and was most recently a director of the Brighton Fishing Quarter Gallery.
Gill is a passionate public speaker on photography and the science of visual thinking and lives with her family in Sussex.
"A British Summer" ends on Saturday 2nd September.
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