Hanneke Robson is a self-taught photographer, with a longtime interest in photographing the natural world. From the nooks and crannies of ancient oak wood, to bleak rocks, flowing rivers or blazing skies after a storm tossed day, her subject is British nature: detail and diversity. She still shoots with transparency film and doesn't feel the need for digital enhancements. Nature gives us everything; I cannot improve on it. It's all out there, and if the result is not good enough, I have let the subject down", she explains. Hanneke's work has appeared on the cover of The Sunday Times Magazine and in numerous exhibitions in and around London"