Frances Seward creates large spacial photographs. Her work is inspired by aspects of Asian art and culture, as well as by the tranquility found in the observation of nature.
She has received awards with the International Photography Awards (IPA) and runner up in the Julia Margaret Cameron Awards. She’s exhibited at Kingston Gallery, Boston, Stuart L Udall Museum and Photo Arts Santa Fe and partners with interior designers and art consulting firms to connect with clients in need of original artwork. Her works are in private and corporate collections worldwide and her photography has appeared on the BBC, is in several Ritz Carltons as well as on CD covers including the film composer Christopher Gordon.
Seward studied photography at Massachusetts College of Art and Santa Fe Community College and has been taught by Steve Tourlentes and Jenny Holzer.
Frances was born and raised in London, England. She has traveled extensively in the Far East and other far flung regions and her travels are an important influence in her art photography. She now lives and works in New Mexico.