Emma lives in Hunworth, North Norfolk, where she draws and works as a fine artist glass painter and stained glass artist.

I make fine art glass paintings and drawings to sell in galleries and exhibitions; wall art glass paintings that are electrically back-lit, tuneable and dimmable, as well as glass paintings that are hung in the window in natural light.

My glass paintings are of birds and Norfolk scenes. My drawings are of lions and children, describing the intimate relationship between God and mankind.

My mentor Matt Tommey interviewed me in July 2021 as part of his mentorship programme Created To Thrive  to celebrate my rapid progress during the first six months in the program, including being shortlisted and exhibiting in the John Hurt Prize at Holt Festival.
My work is shown at the Red Dot Gallery in Holt, North Norfolk.  http://www.thereddotgallery.com/

Graduating from Roehampton University in 1999, with a degree in Art for the Community, I began working for myself, designing and making stained glass church windows and stained glass Victorian front door windows, to commission, from my London studio.

I furthered my training in 2008, at top stained glass studios, as part of my Award for Excellence with the Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass. Commissions include a window in memory of Churchill, in Bladon, Oxfordshire. The window was unveiled in 2014 by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall.

I moved to Hunworth in Norfolk in 2019, where I changed my focus from stained glass window commissions to fine art glass paintings and pencil drawings.