Elspeth harnesses her art to celebrate Pollinators - including bees, bumble bees, wasps, beetles, moths, butterflies, birds, lacewings, hover flies and bats. Increasingly under threat from pesticide over-use, loss of habitat, limited flowers and food sources. These creatures play a vital role in global food productions, economies and biodiversity.
All living things have an intrinsic value, and each plays a unique role in the complex web of life. Elspeth strives to raise awareness about the accelerating rate of the extinction of millions of species that pollinate plants along the way and are essential in keeping our planet genetically diverse.
Educated at University of the Arts, London, Elspeth has worked in Interior Design in the UK before moving to Sweden with her Swedish husband. Originally from Cambridge, UK Elspeth gained her love for nature from childhood, when she had the opportunity to live in the countryside of Cambridgeshire, the jungles of Costa Rica and the pristine nature of the Virgin Islands.