Hello! I’m Gill Morris and I am an aspiring photographer who loves to capture life through the “round window.” I’ve travelled to many different countries and I’ve taken up residence in Bangkok. Living abroad has awakened a new sense in me, a creative part of me, that I barely knew existed.
Some of my photographs have been featured in Southlit Magazine and I’m currently working on a photographic book project.
What’s morrisophotography about?
Morrisophotography began because of my love of photography, which is growing everyday. I get so much enjoyment out of taking photographs, and there is nothing I love more than to go out alone with my camera, looking for anything that captures my eye.
Morrisophotography will showcase my images for YOU to enjoy. This is, not only, a digital record of my life, but of life that surrounds me. By feeding this passion of mine, I hope to motivate and inspire others.
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My photographs are available to buy, so if you would like to purchase any please visit www.morrisophotography.co.uk/photos
More About Me
I was born in Edinburgh, but spent most of my life in Northampton, England. I have 3 brothers, 2 sisters, 3 nephews and 1 niece. My parents are the most wonderful people I know.
I have been married twice, and found myself single at 37. Who said life begins at 40? It certainly did for me. I am happier now than I ever was before.
I won a bronze medal at tap-dancing when I was a child.
I came second in a body-building competition (when I used to have abs!)
My favourite food is Indian and pizza. I could eat it every day.
I love all things to do with nature and the natural world. One of my heroes is David Attenborough.
I love learning. I have a Bachelor of Science degree, and I’m always reading something. The older I get the more I want to learn.
I love wine, but I hate hangovers.
I exercise most days. I love to run, swim, and work out in the gym.
Living abroad has taught me that I don’t need all the material things that seemed important before. These days, I am content with the simple pleasures in life.
I believe that you are never too old to do anything, you’ve just got to set your mind to it.
Thank you for joining me!