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Community Spirit

Community Spirit

Read Below the newest article from Sarah Moolla, Editor for Bath Life Magazine.
Emma Taylor
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Bath Mind Charity - For Better Mental Health

Bath Mind Charity - For Better Mental Health

Thank you very much to Bath Mind for quite simply saving my life.

Our Vision

Our vision is of a society that promotes and protects good mental health for all and treats people with experience of mental ill health fairly, positively and with respect.

Our Mission 

We are here to promote and nurture everyone’s mental health through the provision of information, activities, advice and support.

Our Values

  • Inclusive and Equalitarian: We respect everyone’s experience and we ensure that inclusion is at the heart of our work.
  • Collaborative: We reach out to a wide community, working together with national and local organisations and people with experience of mental ill health, to help achieve our mission.
  • Responsive: We listen and learn from our members and supporters, gaining insight and understanding, which enables us to respond to the needs of our community.
  • Committed: We deliver high quality, informed services, and we are committed to improve the lives of those experiencing mental ill health.
  • Aspirational and Ambitious: We strive for the best possible standards and quality of provision by working and growing together with pride, passion and dedication.
Emma Taylor
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A Bit About The Artist's

A Bit About The Artist's




As a teenager in 1983 my love of photography took me from my home town of Bath to London to start work as an assistant in a professional B/W darkroom. I worked assisting some wonderful printers including John 'Johno' Driscoll, Tony White and Danny Pope. I progressed to eventually own and manage my own lab, 'BROWNS B/W' in the late 80's through the mid 90's in three locations in Clerkenwell and Hoxton Square.

Over the years my work as a photographic printer brought me into contact with many inspirational photographers including: Norman Parkinson, David Sims, Albert Watson and Rick Guest in London and Peter Lindbergh, Mark Seliger, Patrick Demarchelier and Steven Klein in NYC, where I moved in 1996 before returning to London in 2003.

Although my first love is B/W, my time in NYC was spent working at a colour (C-41) photo lab and this is where my appreciation and love of colour developed.As a young man I fell in love with the process and mechanics involved in creating a finished print; from selecting a film, releasing the shutter to take a picture, developing the film through to printing the final image. My understanding and recognition of what it is that excites me visually - my ‘eye’ - has developed over the many years spent working in such a creative environment.

Although many of the photographers that I have printed for can been counted as visual influences, it was the passion, inclusiveness and willingness to share knowledge and ideas shown by a few that was my inspiration.

My love of analogue photography has been joined by an appreciation of, and growing understanding for, the digital process of image making. Indeed the vast majority of my images here are taken using a digital SLR. I have also embraced the use of Photoshop and digital image apps to enhance and, in some cases, to completely change the original image.


Having spent many years in the media industry 10 years ago Emma took the plunge and set up her own art business and now works as a freelance artist, designer, muralist and curator based in Bath.

She wears various creatives hats varying from taking on mural commissions for offices, hotels and private homes, curating artwork collections for hotels and supplying international retail companies with her prints and images. As well as this she works as a freelance mentor and art tutor.


When she’s not painting or creating you will find her walking her two cocker spaniels across the Bath Skyline. She lives in the centre of Bath with her husband and two teenage children.

Come and say :) 
Em & Jason x
Emma Taylor
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