Success for Perthshire Photographer at The Photography Show

Perthshire photographic artist Cat Burton has achieved great success at this year’s The Photography Show in Birmingham with the exhibition of a number of her artworks. The event attracts 35,000 visitors and has provided a huge boost to the local artist’s profile.

During the 4 day event, Cat’s images were displayed on the ChromaLuxe stand as large aluminium prints and drew attention and admiration from crowds of fellow photographers.

Cat, who has made a permanent home in Scone, is a self taught photographer and artist. Her work focuses on Scottish nature & history with an aim to reveal the magic and mystery of the land around us. Likened to Game Of Thrones and Lord Of The Rings, her images are atmospheric and enchanting.

Commenting on the inclusion of her work at the event, Cat said: “I was delighted to have my work on display with ChromaLuxe at The Photography Show. I love how my work looks on aluminium - it really brings it to life. It’s like looking through a window into a parallel world.”

Cat, whose work has been exhibited across Scotland, has been making waves in the local arts and photography scene since she moved to Perthshire in 2017. She runs photography workshops across Perthshire and hosts a free monthly meet-up for local photographers called Perth Photo Club.

If you would like to find out more about her work, she will be taking part in the ArTAY exhibition in Perth in May. She will also be exhibiting at Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair at the prestigious Kelvingrove Art Gallery from 17-19 May where a selection of her limited edition prints will be on display.

Full details of her photography, workshops and upcoming events can be found on her website at

Image: Cat Burton at The Photography Show

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Abigail Shepherd