Pixie Copley is an award winning creative fine art photographer, graphic and web designer and fractal artist from St Neots, Cambridge UK.
She likes to look at the world in a unique way and tries to capture this in her fine art photography prints. She specialises in nature, still life and art nude portrait photography, and is inspired by bright colours, and unusual shapes and textures as you will see when you look at her wall art.
On July 12th 2014 Claire Pixie Copley LRPS was awarded with the Licentiateship distinction from the Royal Photography Society. She submitted a panel of images that showed variety in approach and techniques and all of the images had to be a very high standard. You can see larger versions of the successful panel of images in her blog by clicking on the thumbnail pictures below.
Pixie has a diverse range of creative skills and one of her guilty pleasures include creating psychedelic fractal art patterns. Most of the fractal art in her portfolio started life as a photo and has been manipulated in adobe photoshop to create this amazing eye-boggling art. You can see lots of her fractal art on this website and also on her Hippy Gift Shop website.
During the day Pixie runs a digital media and graphic design company called Pix and Mix that’s based in St Neots, Cambridgeshire UK. She can be found working on a huge range of briefs from designing and coding websites, working on editorial designs, branding design, filming and editing, as well as setting up and customizing social networking, blogs and marketing sites and helping to start up small businesses for a wide variety of customers both local and worldwide.
On this website you will be able to find out all about her, see a selection of her fine art photography and fractal art work, read her blog and see how you can buy her fine art photography and fractal art prints on a huge range of unique gifts. and her Colourful Fine Art Photo Prints on colourfulfineartphotography.com
“Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.”