Beverley, from Ely in Cambridgeshire, UK, has been interested in photography since she was a child but only became serious about it 6 years ago when she got her first SLR camera.

Beverley signed up for evening classes, learnt to develop her own black and white films and prints and set up a darkroom in her garage. She initially resisted a move to digital, but eventually gave in and soon discovered that digital photography gave freedom for experimentation. She now combines a mixture of old and new, digital photography with the alternative processes - using computer generated negatives to produce cyanotypes and van dyke brown prints. Beverley also likes working with Polaroid film – image transfers and emulsion lifts.

"I love working with the alternative processes – they give such lovely pictures that are far removed from the sterility of digital prints."

Beverley Evans

Cyanotypes

Double Bass ©

Ewan 2 ©

Lilies 1 ©

Lilies 2 ©

Orchid 1 ©

Shadow Lily ©

Vase of Lilies ©


Polaroid transfers

Anglesey Abbey ©

Beachhut 2 ©

Ewan 5 ©

Ewan at the fair ©

Ewan in the Poppy Field ©

Flower ©

Hollyhocks ©

Girl with Violin ©

Ivy ©

Orchid 2 ©

Orchid Joiner ©


Van dyke browns


Ewan 4 ©

Ewan 22 ©

Flowers ©

Leaf ©

Lilies ©

Words ©