Award-winning Emily has photographed royalty

PUBLISHED: 06:30 14 March 2017

Pictured: The Junior Command Course (JCC) conduct their Final Exercise Land operation on the 18th March 2013 on a very cold Senny Bridge Training Area. Photographed by LA(Phot) Emz Nolan

Pictured: The Junior Command Course (JCC) conduct their Final Exercise Land operation on the 18th March 2013 on a very cold Senny Bridge Training Area. Photographed by LA(Phot) Emz Nolan

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Photographing the royals in action is one of many achievements of award-winning photographer Emily Nolan.

Emily, from Exmouth, trained in photography at the Defence School of Photography at RAF Cosford in 2006. There, she learned all aspects of photography; service photographers provide professional pictures no matter what the situation or subject.

During her 14 years in the Royal Navy, she won many awards and became a member of the British Institute of Professional Photographers (BIPP). Her images have been published in regional, national and international press.

Last month, she won two silver and five bronze awards and was crowned Photographer of the Year at the British Institute of Professional Photographers (BIPP) 2017, South West region.

Emily left the Royal Navy in 2014 to pursue her love for photography and children, launching newborn photography company Serenity Eye and training with one of the UK’s top photographers of newborns.

See more of Emily’s work at www.serenityeye.com

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