Currently based in Hampshire, on the south coast Sally enjoys photographing a  mixture of still life and the natural environment in her spare time.   Enjoying the opportunity to get out and about most weekends,  Sally acknowledges the changing of the seasons in the landscape and photographs her local countryside when out running and walking. 

Since 2020, Sally has been revisiting her interests in alternative photographic processes and has been experimenting with camera less imagery using the 19th century cyanotype process.  Sally currently gathers organic material whilst out walking and running in the landscape and was subsequently able to visually record this extraordinary time, an interest and process which is still ongoing today ...

Commercially, Sally is busy building her portfolio, social media connections and clientèle in food and product photography.  Sally has been previously rewarded with success when entering the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year Competition  in recent years, having been awarded two 'Winner' in Category Awards at the prestigious awards ceremonies in London.  The exhibition has then toured worldwide.

Sally is a keen photographer in still life and has an interest in historical printed artefacts which she is  working on a project based on her family heritage, she is hoping to work independently in photography pursuing her interests in both the studio and in the natural environment. 


Sally Ann Stone originates from the South West of England and has been working in photography for over 24 years.  She is currently a photographic artist and educator based in Hampshire lecturing on a range of Photography, Art and Media based courses.

Prior to graduating in 2012 from the University of Westminster with a BA(Honours) Degree in Photographic Arts, Sally spent most of her formative years working as a professional photographer covering a wide variety of photographic disciplines including public relations, portraiture, still life, landscape and aerial photography. 

Sally enjoys adventure travelling worldwide to new locations and experiencing new cultures but can be found most summers holidaying in Devon or Cornwall.  She is a keen long distance runner and trains weekly with her local running club. 

Awards & Publications

Royal Photographic Society - Creative Eye Group Digital Exhibition 2023 - Bronze MedalInk Wells 

Royal Photographic Society - Creative Eye  Group Magazine and Exhibition 2022

Pink Lady Food Photographer of The Year 2018 - Cream of the Crop - Highly Commended

Pink Lady Food Photographer of The Year 2017 - Food in the Field - Swiss Chard Forest - Category Winner

Pink Lady Food Photographer of The Year 2015 - Food For Sale - Category Winner 
Pink Lady Food Photographer of The Year 2015 - Cream of the Crop - Highly Commended 


Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year Travelling Exhibition, June 2018 Travelling Exhibition M5 Gloucester Services Junc 11a http://www.theftr.co.uk/winning-food-photographs-at-gloucester-services/

Food Photographer of the Year 2018, Mall Galleries, London. April 2018 plus worldwide exhibition & media coverage

Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year Travelling Exhibition, May/June 2017

Food Photographer of the Year 2017, Mall Galleries, London. April 2017 plus worldwide exhibition & media coverage

Emsworth Art Trail 2016 - Tuppenny Barn Organics, Emsworth. May 2016

Food Photographer of the Year 2015, Mall Galleries, London. May 2015 plus worldwide exhibition & media coverage

Emsworth Art Trail 2014 -Tuppenny Barn Organics, Emsworth. May 2014
Photogram Open 2014 - Bristol Festival of Photography 2014. May 2014
Photogram Open 2014 - Silverprint Gallery, London. Feb - Mar 2014
Photogram Open 2014 - Urmson-Burnett Gallery, Salisbury. Jan - Feb 2014 

An Unassuming Gentleman - Free Range Show, Old Truman Brewery, London. June 2012
An Eclectic Collection - Flora Twort Gallery, Petersfield, Hampshire. June 2011
Emotions - Portsmouth Community Project. April 2011

Take Three - Royal Photographic Society, Bath - Portfolio Awarded Associateship in Visual Arts. March 2002 

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