Bee currently lives and works in London. Whilst growing up near the bustle of city life, many fragments of her childhood are recalled in contrast. Ankles deep in streams, and along rugged coastline in rural South Wales. These early moments were the seeds of Bee's deep affinity with the natural world and the relationship that drives the narrative of her personal art practice and work as a freelance artist.
Bee’s work explores the intrinsic connection between landscapes and people.  Shooting predominantly with natural light, Bee is known for bringing softness to her subjects. Her approach is sensitive, often working with a controlled palette of muted earth tones, creating delicate imagery.  
Her early work encompasses a series of self-portraits that capture the transitions between the body's energies and the landscape. With the repetition of a ‘foetus’ pose, the work depicts a desire to reconnect with maternal roots in nature, drawing restoration from the natural environment and the soothing sensuous experiences of the seascape. 
Connection is at the core of Bee’s work. Immersed in the Raw and the Real, Bee offers private portraiture sessions. You can find out more about this side of her work HERE.
2021: Riot & Roux Vol 1 Issue 4 ‘Land’ 
2020:  Photograd Degree Show / Online

2022:  ’Salon22’ Members Show, Photofusion / London 
2022:  ‘The Wild Collective’, OMVed Gardens / London 
2021: ’Salon21’ Members Show, Photofusion / London 
2020:  ‘Un/Feeling’ Group Show, The Feminist Art Museum / Online 
2020:  ‘Tilt’ Group Show, The IOP Gallery / Falmouth, UK 
2019:  ‘Emergence’ Group Show, The IOP Gallery / Falmouth, UK
 2019:  ‘Nova’ Group Show, The Poly / Falmouth, UK 
2018:  ‘Surge’ Group Show, The Courtauld Institute of Art / London
2018:  ‘Late Apricot’ Group Show,  The IOP Gallery / Falmouth, UK
2017:  'A Space Within'  The IOP Gallery / Falmouth, UK
2017:  ‘2017 Graduate Show’ Ravensbourne University / London
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