Charlotte Lambert-Gorwyn is a photographic artist living and working in the South East of Britain. Working mostly with a large format camera and available light, her work explores the decisions evident in how we interact with our environments. The images she creates focus on spaces that are autonomous or temporary in nature, celebrating the beauty that can be found in unconscious gestures. Her work has been exhibited across the country and has been sold through both galleries and art shops.
She has recently finished an MA in Photography at Brighton University and has a BA (Hons) in photography from 2007. She has been teaching at Sussex Coast College since 2009, working with students from 1st Diploma to Degree and is the subject leader for A level Photography. She has also run workshops for local arts festivals, schools and other creative organisations, working with a variety of age groups and abilities.