Beata Moore is a professional photographer and author. Commissions by publishers and advertising agencies helped to establish her reputation as a landscape and architectural photographer. Beata is an author of five coffee table books and two visitor guidebooks.
Her work is diverse, from wider views to smaller details and abstract images, both in colour and black & white. She attained a postgraduate degree in botany and her photographs show a strong affinity towards the woodlands and the sea, but also a fascination with human ingenuity in creating architectural masterpieces.
Beata is particularly drawn to the subtleties of smaller details of landscape and architecture providing her with endless patterns, shapes, textures and colours. Strong composition and colour harmonies enable her to perfectly encapsulate the spirit of the places. When photographing the sea, she successfully interprets its ever changing moods and often abstracts away from the literal subject matter. While photographing land and forests, Beata explores the shadows and light trying to find interesting shapes, rhythm and forms. In urban landscapes she seeks a visual tension; high drama of noir approach allows her to reveal the best qualities of the buildings and other man made objects. In her impressionistic works her love of colour influenced by the paintings of Turner and Monet is visible.
Beata travels widely on both personal and commissioned projects for commercial, editorial and magazine related clientele. Her photographs and articles have been published in numerous publications and used by multiple organisations. She undertakes commissions for a wide range of clients and supplies images to stock agencies. Beata’s images have been widely exhibited at galleries across the UK, including the Photographers’ Gallery and OXO Gallery in London, and are held in private collections in the USA, UK and Europe. She is also regularly asked to judge many prestigious photo competitions, such as the UK Landscape Photographer of the Year.
Beata lives in Kingston-upon-Thames, England with her husband John. When she is not working, she likes to swim, snorkel and be near the sea to witness and experience its immense power. She is very passionate about creative freedom; freedom to evolve as a result of pushing photographic boundaries, underpinned by her endless enthusiasm and curiosity.
Beata uses mainly Canon lenses and cameras (both DSLRs and mirrorless), LEE filters and Manfrotto tripods.
- The Surrey Hills
- Portrait of Wimbledon
- The Channel Islands
- The Square Mile – a photographic portrait of the City
- A year in the life of the Cotswolds
- Cracow city of treasures
- A year in the life of the New Forest
- OXO Gallery, “Vision 9”, April 2018
- Joe Cornish Gallery, “First Light Inspired”, Northallerton, March 2017
- The Little Barn, “The Winter’s Tale”, Elstead, December 2016
- OXO Gallery, “Vision Five”, London, November 2015
- OXO Gallery, “Mistresses of Light”, London, September 2015
- Nostra Galeria, “Green Queen”, Westerham, Kent, May 2005
- The Eagle Gallery, “Dreamscapes”, Epsom, Surrey, April 2004
- The ICC, “Focus on Imaging”, Birmingham, March 2002
- The Photographers’ Gallery, “Four Seasons”, London, January 2002
- The ICC, “Focus on Imaging”, Birmingham, March 2000
Publications and Press
- On Landscape Magazine
- Amateur Photographer Magazine
- Landscape Photography Magazine
- Manfrotto Imagine More
- Art and Culture Magazine
- Photography News
- Wiltshire Life
- Surrey Life Magazine
- This England
- Manfrotto School od Excellence
- Photography Monthly
- London Society Journal
- Evergreen Magazine
- Angel Magazine
- Oxford Mail
- Gloucestershire Echo
- Cotswolds Journal
- Daily Echo
- Practical Photography
“Charm spills from the pages of Beata Moore’s book of photographs; a sumptuous book” – Hampshire Society
“Joining Beata Moore on her journey through the Cotswolds is a true feast for the eyes” – Gloucestershire Echo
“Ms Moore’s is a guide to the city’s past and more to the point, present, illustrated with her stunning, evocative photographs” – Nottingham Evening Post
“This very enjoyable and well produced book of photographs will have you noticing details and perspective you have not seen in real life, even for those who have spent many years working and socialising in the City of London” – London Society Journal