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A beautiful collection of photographs, discoveries and natural history that is by turn atmospheric, quirky and fascinating.
Lisa Woollett is from a long line of scavengers. Her grandfather was from a South London family in the 'scavenging professions' and she grew up on cliffs on the Isle of Sheppey, spending much of her childhood collecting and fossicking along the shore.After a degree in Psychology she studied Documentary Photography and from 1993 worked as a photographer - past clients include The Independent on Sunday, The Observer and Great Ormond Street Hospital. Since 2004 she has lived with her family on the south coast of Cornwall, in a house shared with buckets and boxes of beach finds.Her first book, Sea and Shore Cornwall: common and curious findings, won a Holyer an Gof Publishers' Award 2014. Current photographic work sells through galleries and exhibitions, and prints from the books are available at: www.photographsofthesea.com
Winner of Holyer an Gof Awards: Class 5.1 - Non-Fiction - In Which Illustrations Predominate 2014.