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ISLE OF WIGHT PHOTOGRAPHER HOSTS FIRST EXHIBITION

Photo: Graham Reading Photography

One of Sienna Anderson’s dramatic landscape photos

Sienna Anderson, whose stunning photos can regularly be seen on Island Echo and in national newspapers, is hosting her first-ever exhibition.

Having built up a strong portfolio of images and a wealth of experience, Sienna gave up her work as a painter and decorator in January 2018 to become a full-time professional photographer.

Over the past 18 months, Sienna has continued her professional development as a freelance photographer as well as establishing ‘Capture Perfect’, delivering photographic courses and workshops across the Isle of Wight.

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Story-telling photos showcasing the Island can often be found in national newspapers such as The Times and Telegraph. Sienna also scooped the top prize in the ‘Birds in Flight’ category at the Bird Photography of the Year Awards 2018.

Recently, the release of Mermaid Gin’s new bottle design saw Sienna working in the studio to capture dramatic photos which show off the bottle’s unique design.

Now, an exhibition has been established at Space5 in East Cowes to showcase Sienna’s wide variety of work. The exhibition runs throughout August.

Sienna says:

“I believe I am very diverse with my photography, love to be pushed, challenged and always up for an exciting shoot.

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“Being on or near the water is very much my happy place, whether out capturing Round the Island or simply one of our many beautiful sunsets/rises”.

“The future and journey I am on excites me, helping others inspires me and to make my students smile simply elates me”.

Space5 is located at 5 Clarence Road, East Cowes.

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