Chris Stuart, Inverness, photographer

Chris Stuart

Living in the Scottish Highlands I am reminded daily that this is an area with stunning scenery, fantastic light and an abundance of wildlife. Photography is a way of recording memories and it is perhaps a natural human instinct to want to share these with others. If enough people appreciate the beauty and benefits of the area then perhaps, together, we will ensure we protect the natural environment for the enjoyment of future generations.

My photographs are available for sale as prints (unmounted, mounted or mounted and framed) or as greeting cards, or as an image file for other use. Prints are made using high quality inks and art materials for products which should last a lifetime.

In addition I may be available for tuition and workshops, or for guiding to wild and remote locations.

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Chris Stuart
Founders House
Charleston
North Kessock
Inverness-shire
IV1 3YA

Mobile : 07890 915042

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Cairngorm Framer, Boat of Garten, photographer

Cairngorm Framer

As a Scholar James' interests were in the creative side such as art & design, wood and metalwork. These tendencies led him into a joinery apprenticeship where he got involved with many building projects. The creative side took him more into cabinet making and finishing work.

The photography side is a similarly creative notion which came to the fore on a 10 month trip to Australia and new Zealand at the age of 23. His first SLR camera , a Canon AE1 Program was bought while there. On his return James started taking local scenes, getting prints made, and then framing them in his workshop.Pressures of work and family put this fairly much on the back burner for almost 20 more years until the lure became too much to resist. The challenge of combining elements of nature, with light and timing is addictive.

Getting out of bed not long after getting into it, to then head out in dark, sometimes wet conditions is often rewarded with spectacular lighting conditions as the day breaks.The workshop of today is more technical. From the capture of the 21mp SLR camera through to the archival inkjet printing process and finally to the framing bench for the finishing touch. These framed and canvas style images are beautifully presented and now proudly owned by many.

He is totally self taught through experience& experimentation and James has now produced a fine portfolio of predominantly local landscapes which are displayed at many Galleries and retail outlets in the area.

He has also produced work for various publications, Books & websites.

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James Gordon
Aldon Lodge
Boat of Garten
Inverness-shire
PH24 3BY

Phone : 01479 831462


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Lynn Robinson, Aviemore, photographer

Lynn Robinson

I have been working as a professional photographer for nearly 30 years and I am still absolutely loving it.

I thoroughly enjoy:-

Interpreting what my clients and customers want, fulfilling the brief and taking pictures that please and delight.

The Challenge of keeping up with the technology and all the new developments in such an exciting creative industry.

Going to new venues and locations, sorting out interesting places that will make the best shots.

Making the photography a happy relaxed experience for all concerned.

I studied at the Royal College of Art, achieving an MA in photography in 1983. Returning to Cumbria I began working as a photographer, documenting community projects and teaching photography in formal settings. Further study in 1991 at St. Martins College Lancaster lead to a post grad. Diploma in Youth and Community work. I continued to work with a wide variety of individuals and community groups enabling others to discover and explore their creativity through photography.

For the last six years I have concentrated on more commercial commissions, wedding photography and family lifestyle portrait photography.

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Lynn Robinson
11 Craigellachie Crescent
Aviemore
PH22 1PA

Mobile : 07717 481647

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Phone : 01479 831462
Mobile : 07712 684012

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Antonia Kearton Photography, , photographer

Antonia Kearton Photography

Originally from Edinburgh, I was lucky enough to move to Strathspey a few years ago with my family. I’ve always taken photographs, but I began to take it far more seriously several years ago, in part because it was something creative I could fit in around a young family.

Taking photographs means for me living with my eyes open, even when I don’t have my camera to hand. I want my photography to help me see the world anew, and to help capture the magic of a place. I am delighted if any of them do that for you! I try to take what I call “quirky landscapes” – landscape photography with a twist, going for an unusual angle or detail, or a recognisable landscape rendered differently. I love getting out with my camera, but that is only half of it – I also love working with the image afterwards, sometimes with multiple textures, to create something recognisable but transformed. Some of my photos like to think they might be paintings!

As well as exhibiting with Creative Cairngorms I sell cards and prints directly, and through the Loch an Eilein Gallery, Elephants in the Pantry in Grantown on Spey, and Nethy House Cafe and Gallery in Nethy Bridge.

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Antonia Kearton

Mobile : 07932 443 642

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John Walters, Kingussie, photographer

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Kingussie

Phone : 01540 662209




Eleven41 Gallery, Kingussie, photographer

Eleven41 Gallery

A photographic gallery dedicated to adventure, those devoted to it, and those who are looking for it.
Photography exhibited in Eleven41 Gallery celebrates the Scottish mountains and landscape, with occasional collections from around the globe. Curated by Ed Smith BA(Hons) ARPS, photography on display is of the highest professional standards - often displaying award winning and shortlisted work from national and international photography competitions.
Images are available for sale from cards and small mounted prints to large framed archival prints.
Eleven41 Gallery is named after the 1141m Cairn often used for navigation by those exploring the northern Cairngorms; a point where adventures onto the Cairngorm plateau truly begin, looking into the wilderness beyond.
Refitted from the old Kingussie Co-op, Eleven41 Gallery also plays a crucial role of regeneration on Kingussie High Street.

Open Monday – Fri: 10am – 5pm, Saturdays 10am – 1:30pm. Disabled access.


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Ed Smith
35 High Street
PH21 1HX

Phone : 01540661792
Mobile : 07772170970

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Anke Addy, Aboyne, photographer

Anke Addy



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Anke Addy
Licht Cottage
Coull
Tarland
Aboyne
AB34 4TT

Phone : 01339 881 339
Mobile : 07815 750 941

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Bruce Davies, , photographer

Bruce Davies

I am an avid hillwalker and took to photography to record great days out in the hills and then became interested in photography in general.
If I hadn’t had an engineering career, I would have wanted to be a carpenter and have enjoyed making a range of things over recent years from wooden maps, pyrographic shapes and small bits of furniture, most recently an artist’s easel for our grand daughter.


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Sue Arber, , photographer

Sue Arber

I am a self-taught artist and photographer living near Inverness and before moving to Scotland in 1982, I worked as a freelance photographer in the music business, but now I enjoy painting and photographing the seashore, wildlife and landscapes of Northern Scotland, taking a closer look at the textures and form occurring in the landscape and attempting to capture the essence of the ever changing seasons and weather conditions. I like to experiment with a wide range of materials including pastels, collage, watercolours and acrylic ink.
In 2019 I completed an NC in Art and Design at UHI Inverness.

I sell a range of my vintage rock-band photographs online with Fine Art America
https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/sue-arber and have exhibited my paintings in galleries and exhibitions throughout the North East of Scotland.

I currently volunteer at Aigas Field Centre, assisting with the general husbandry of the Scottish wildcats currently being held there as part of the ‘Saving Wildcats’ captive breeding programme. This gives me lots of opportunities to observe and photograph these beautiful animals, aiming to capture the spirit and personality of the individual animal in my paintings and drawings.


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