Carlotta Luke

Carlotta Luke

As a photographer who enjoys shooting a wide range of subjects, I challenge myself to create interesting or beautiful images from whatever I find around me or am asked to photograph. One of the many projects I have worked on recently is documenting local artisan food producers in Sussex. Other work includes a commission to photograph the extensive restoration of Glynde Place, an Elizabethan manor near Lewes, and the renovation of a Lewes townhouse, built in the 1840s, where the same family had lived for over 100 years. I have recently been commissioned to take photographs at a local primary school that portray the UNICEF articles of children's rights. I am working with the children on images that will relate to them and what they are studying. The final photographs will go on permanent display in the school.  Read more

I am originally from New England and came to the UK over 20 years ago after completing a BA in Fine Art at Wesleyan University. Photography has been a passion since I first learned to use a dark room over 30 years ago. Ten years working as an art director sharpened my design skills and my ability to edit photographs. Among my accomplishments is an MA in Urban Design, which has given me a heightened awareness of how our urban centres affect those of us who live in and use them.