I am drawn to the enigmatic detail of place, the unresolved narrative, the glimpse of uncertain associations, the figure when it can present something more universal than particular. My approach is one of making different series of suggestions, and through whatever formal vocabulary I use, I try always to find a point at which there is a quietening down, a stillness in which the image and the viewer might engage in a sotto voce conversation.



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My portfolio, Black Haiku: Poems for Dark Times was selected by Rfotofolio as one of ten for The 2017 Rfotofolio Selections. My image, Dialogue, was chosen for the banner image. 


Selected by Hahnemühle Fine Art UK to exhibit a photographic triptych as the focal point of their convention display at The Photography Show 2015, Birmingham International Exhibition Centre, England. The triptych subsequently became part of the Hahnemühle art collection.

Solo Exhibitions

USA, Minneapolis/St Paul, Raymond Avenue Gallery     Fire and Light:  The History of History, 2015

Amsterdam, Centrum voor Fotographie         Small Statements of Light

London, 54 The Gallery, Mayfair         Robynne Limoges Photographs

London, The Freud Gallery, Covent Garden    Robynne Limoges Photographs

London, Barnes, The Milton Gallery         Robynne Limoges Photographs

Group Exhibitions
The Other Art Fair, Juried by art curators, London, 30 March-2 April 2017, I was sponsored by Hahnemühle Fine Art UK
The Color of Light, Juried by Arthur Meyerson, PhotoPlace, Vermont, USA, 2017
Trees, Juried by Michael Kenna, A. Smith Gallery, Texas, USA, 2016

International Garden Photographer of the Year, The Nash Pavilion, Royal Botanical Gardens of Kew

2015: Collection 8, the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, London: Awarded Finalist in three categories: Portfolio Competition, Single Image Competition and Macro Competition

2014: Collection 7, the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, London: Awarded: Finalist and Highly Commended

Victoria and Albert Museum (juried show), London

Orleans House Gallery, Richmond-upon-Thames, London

Commissioned documentary exhibition, Brentford, London

Commissioned Television Stills Photography

BBC Television Production, Exit, directed by Prix Italia winner Clara van Gool

Commissioned Feature Films Stills Photography

Butterfly Skin, directed by Michael Winterbottom, BAFTA winner and three times Palme d’Or nominee (starring Amanda Plummer and Saskia Reeves); premiered at the Berlin Film Festival 1995

Madagascar Skin, directed by Chris Newby (starring Bernard Hill and John Hannah); premiered at La Semaine de la Critique at the Cannes Festival 1995. Newby won the Director's Week Award at Fantasporto 1996.


St Paul’s School, Barnes, London

Internet featured photographer

C4E Call for Entries - Featured Photographer
Hahnemuhle Newsletter - Featured Photographer
Foliolink Newsletter and Blog - Featured Photographer

Saatchi On-Line - Critic’s Choice

World Photography Network Newsletter Feature - Ophelia at the Hilton, and Sightline

TBM Network - Honorable Mention, Fortune Teller, Krakow

TBM Newsletter - Interview and photographs

Nik Software - Featured Photographer


Videos - YouTube

Breath on the Glass - shot and edited on the Iphone 5

Sketching from Memory - shot and edited on the Iphone 5

Books - Monographs


ISBN: 978-0-9565386-0-4, 80 black and white photographs, 30 x 30 cm hardcover with jacket. SOTTO VOCE is a visual meditation on the age-old questions of how much light is required to dispel darkness and just how is it to be found - this fragment of light - when surrounded by so much darkness? Found in different locations around the world, the images share the same ideas, and part of what they express is a particular reverence for the quiet voice.


30 x 30 cm boxed hardcover book of poems and black and white photographs; prototype.

Books - Collections

INTERNATIONAL GARDEN PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR, COLLECTION EIGHT, 2015, ISBN: 978-0-9563973-2-4, published by Garden Photo Press.

INTERNATIONAL GARDEN PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR, COLLECTION SEVEN, 2014, ISBN: 9781-1-84246-503-5, published by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London.