Curator of Photography


A dynamic, business focused curator with high credentials as a manager, Maggie also has a creative mind and the ability both to commission award-winning photography and to curate stimulating exhibitions that enhance a company’s brand and status.

Her particular interest is in using innovative photography to inspire and communicate cultural, environmental and educational messages to a wide audience. It was from her earliest employment in a museum managing a natural history collection and its interpretation through exhibitions, that Maggie became captivated with photography and its potential. A passion for the natural world and interest in global issues are the defining influences which have shaped her life and work.

With a past life as a photographer (she was a runner up in Travel Photographer of the Year 2005), she has travelled in many different countries. She has worked with numerous notable companies including Sothebys, Tony Stone (now Getty), Colorific Photo Agency, Network Photographers, Popperfoto (historical archive), and the National Trust.

Maggie offers a fully independent curatorial and project management service. Past clients include charities, photographers, and both public and private exhibition organisers.

In 2009 Maggie established the British Wildlife Photography Awards. Now in their fourth year, the awards recognise the talents of wildlife photographers working in Britain, while at the same time highlighting the great wealth and diversity of Britain’s natural history. The driving motivation to set up the Awards evolved through the nation’s growing awareness of the environment and the need for its protection.


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