Cat Burton is a fantasy fine art photographer living near Perth in Scotland.
A fan of all things dark and eerie, her work is influenced by myth, folklore and gothic fantasy.
After travelling the world with her camera, she has now made a permanent home in Scotland. From her base near Perth, Cat offers photographic workshops and mentoring. She regularly exhibits her work and is often asked to speak at photography clubs.
Photography Tuition, Classes and Workshops
For details on photography and Photoshop training offered by Cat, please see this page.
Prints & Licensing
In order to license images or request custom commissions, please contact her directly. All images are Copyright Cat Burton and should not be used without explicit permission.
Gallery Exhibitions & Events
Presentation of her work and Photoshop techniques at the Perthshire Photographic Society (held at Perth Museum).
July 22nd to October 1st 2017
September 1st to 30th 2017
Solo exhibition of fantasy fine art photography at the Image Collective Gallery, Ocean Terminal, Edinburgh
September 2nd to 10th 2017
Articles & Published Work
Below is a selection of publications where Cat has provided articles or imagery:
- Landscape Photography Magazine issue 69: https://landscapephotographymagazine.com/magazine/issue-69
- Article and Images on Alphr.com: http://www.alphr.com/startups/1000860/a-year-as-a-coding-nomad
- Interview and images licensed to the Daily Mail Travel Website: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-2851633/Incredible-photos-eerie-abandoned-gold-rush-town-California.html
A Note On Affiliates
Any reviews/opinions on this website a my personal views. I chose my photographic equipment because those items work well for me personally and will only recommend those I’d be happy to use myself.
Some images and text on this website are affiliate links to websites such as Amazon, Wex Photographic and Park Cameras. These links cost you nothing but if you happen to buy anything on them, the website gives me a token amount. I use affiliate links as a revenue stream to help fund this site and my photography adventures. Any clicks you make help me do what I love, and I’m thankful to you all for your support.