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 In 2013, Emma founded ELWJ Photography while studying at university and began working as a professional photographer/videographer. 

 After graduating from Falmouth University with a BA (Hons) Photography, Emma travelled extensively around the UK, Europe, Caribbean, Central and North America, covering regattas and events. Notably ELWJ worked for RORC for the Transatlantic Race, Rolex Fastnet Race and RORC Caribbean 600. Emma's images have been published in numerous publications such as Yachting World, Classic Boat and Classic Sailor magazine.

 After Returning to the UK amidst the pandemic, Emma soon started working in the heritage sector to create online content for museum and heritage outreach. She takes great joy in visual communication and believes in the heritage sector it can be one of the most effective ways to educate and bring the past back to life.

 Emma is an experienced sailor, having sailed across the Atlantic Ocean not once but four times, logged over 50,000nm on the ocean and taking countless photographs along the way!

June 2020 - Present

July 2013 - May 2020

ELWJ Media

Digital Content Creator​

Providing a range of services for commercial, heritage  & yachting industries. Emma has provided photography, videography, website design, social-media strategy, logo & packaging design, SEO & web analytics, and E-commerce for clients. ELWJ has worked with clients including BBC, DK Books, British Museum, History Channel and more.

ELWJ Photography

Freelance Yacht Photographer

Working for clients s in the Marine & Yachting industry to create and deliver visual content for a variety of marketing outputs including live media coverage of events, curated packages for brochures, articles & websites, and longer-term strategic social-media content. ELWJ has worked with clients such as the Royal Ocean Racing Club, Yachting World, Sandeman's Yacht Brokerage and Exmar Yachting.

Sept 2012 - May 2015

BA (Hons) Photography

2:1 Falmouth University


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