Born 1984, Scotland

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After studying at the International Centre of Photography in New York, Lorna graduated in the subject from Newcastle College, England, and moved to London to assist photographers Fergus Greer, Mario Testino, Bill Burlington & Jim Marks. 

Her personal projects focus on documenting the current situation and predicament of mankind, our eternal quest for spiritual enlightenment, and our fretful relationship with our environment. Her work spans many years, countries and cultural situations, seeking to provoke thought and action for sustainable living and a brighter future.  

Lorna's work has featured in the Financial Times, the Sunday Telegraph, Conde Nast Traveller, Times 2, Destination Magazine, the London Review, Time Out, & 360 Degrees, Israel.

Current Location:

Indonesia