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Anita’s passion for photography is obvious to anyone who knows her. She drags most of her friends and family into her images. She has photographed her 70 year old father skinny dipping on a beach and her mother with a stocking over her head (which can be seen on this page). Few escape including her photographer husband, Paul Wenham - Clarke, who she shot topless when he was suffering from Chicken Pox.

Anita’s interest in photography started early at the age of seven. She even tried to develop her own colour film by pulling it out of its cassette and running it under a cold tap! By the time she was 16 she had mastered the art of chemical processing and started a college course in photography.

She went on to study a BA in Photography and Digital Imaging at Berkshire College of Art and Design. Her work was soon noticed when she was the…

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  • Born on February 7
  • Joined January 9, 2006

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About

Anita’s passion for photography is obvious to anyone who knows her. She drags most of her friends and family into her images. She has photographed her 70 year old father skinny dipping on a beach and her mother with a stocking over her head (which can be seen on this page). Few escape including her photographer husband, Paul Wenham - Clarke, who she shot topless when he was suffering from Chicken Pox.

Anita’s interest in photography started early at the age of seven. She even tried to develop her own colour film by pulling it out of its cassette and running it under a cold tap! By the time she was 16 she had mastered the art of chemical processing and started a college course in photography.

She went on to study a BA in Photography and Digital Imaging at Berkshire College of Art and Design. Her work was soon noticed when she was the Overall Winner of the Fuji Student Awards in 1997.

After leaving art college Anita assisted for four years during which time she worked with many leading Advertising photographers in London. In the AOP Assistant Awards in 2001 Anita won a merit award for a series of very unusual images of people on glass.

Whether Anita is photographing people with their faces underwater or dinner ladies with forks in their hair, Anita is always looking to do things differently.

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