Talented photographer and business owner of Em & The Wild Things, Emily spends her days capturing some of the Central West community’s most memorable moments. Originally from Sydney, Emily moved from London all the way to Molong back in 2010. A a single mum to three gorgeous children and self proclaimed hopeless romantic who loves hiking, podcasts and reading, Emily chatted with us for a little business back chat!
There’s a lot of talent in the community and artist and creatives support each other.
Endless inspiration in our landscape. More physical space to create. It’s a smaller pond so everyone gets to know each other, and it doesn’t feel as cliquey or as exclusive as it might be in bigger city/region.
My last exhibition was called Tree stories. It was a group show with Fiona Barrett-Clark, Ingrid Kwong, Ingrid Bowen. We explored the beauty and mystery of trees through photography and paint. Creating our own narratives by looking at silhouettes and patterns, light and shade, and the intrinsic nature of our arboreal relationships.
Beauty, truth, and love. The way people feel about each other. The way I feel about the natural world.
Romantic, Timeless, Cinematic.
Each season has its own charm, autumn gets the most attention, but winter gets my vote because of the fog and frost.
Weddings and families.
You can buy my prints from Camera House in Orange, Lime and Stone in Molong and Warruga Shack Airbnb in Orange.