About your tutors

Sarah Howard
Sarah is a landscape photographer based near the Cotswolds. A previous finalist in the Travel Photographer of the Year for two years running, her work has been widely exhibited including locally at the O3 gallery in Oxford and at Westonbirt Arboretum. Her first book, ‘A year in the life of Westonbirt’ was published in September 2009 by Frances Lincoln and is now in its second edition. In April 2010 Sarah launched 'A Cotswold Scene' - a photography competition open to all ages to celebrate the Cotswolds region and promote local talent.

Sarah established Image Seen in order to pass on to other photographers her passion and enthusiasm for landscape photography and to help them realise their creative potential. Photographers from all over the country now join Sarah on location on her one to one or group workshops learning how to improve their photography and create inspiring images for themselves.




Andy Page
Andy is a semi-professional photographer specialising in UK landscapes and scenics. A self-employed graphic designer by trade, he devotes as much time as he can to his photography.
Andy began his photography at college as a teenager, learning how to process and print black and white film in the darkroom. Later he moved on to transparency film and then onto medium format film photography and it was during this time that he honed his skills with exposure and composition especially. In 2007 he made a big change to embrace the digital revolution (although the medium format camera gets an occasional run out).
In recent years Andy has been a commended finalist twice with three images in the annual ‘Take A View’ Landscape Photographer of the Year completion being published in the annual yearbook and exhibited at the National Theatre Gallery, London. He has also won and been highly placed in several photographic competitions, been published in the popular photo magazines, sells images through stock libraries (with several cover shots) and as prints to the general public.
He loves to share his knowledge and experience and is a patient teacher with an eye for composition and attention to detail. A firm believer in the use of technique and craft over equipment, Andy will help you get the most from whatever kit you have or whatever your level of experience.