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Glyn Satterley first came to Scotland as a Fine Art student, inspired by the bleakness and grandeur of the Scottish landscape. He returned many times later with a camera, determined to capture the magical light and unpredictable weather that fascinated him. He made his home in East Lothian, outside Edinburgh in 1989. Since then he has combined his personal black and white projects with a wide range of commercial colour work. His heart remains firmly rooted in the Scottish Highlands, and his affinity with the land and rapport with the characters within it, are key to his personal style.
Glyn has pictures of most areas from the Borders to Shetland, including the Western Isles and St. Kilda. As well as landscapes, there are many subjects akin to Scotland, e.g., castles, crofting, crafts, farming, forestry, food, Harris Tweed, whisky, golf, and many Scottish country houses and interiors. (see Stock List).