Anne Hervey was a professional photographer, born in Edinburgh, raised in York, educated in Leicester, worked on Fleet Street in London, worked for renowned designer Terence Conran, owned Tarquin Photographic in Kirkcaldy and became an avid collector of antiques, selling from her shop in St Andrews.
But above all, to me, Anne was one of the best friends I have ever had, and from 2014-2018 a housemate.
She was born as Anne Pamela Lamberty on 9 October, 1949.
There is much I know about her life and her career as a photographer, but there is also much I am yet to discover about the little lady who was a very private person indeed, but clearly she had a quite extraordinary career.
Her story is something I want to tell, and want to learn more about and her work acts as an inspiration and point of reference. Her portfolio is wide ranging and she has worked for Terence Conran, worked alongside Anthony Horth and done work for BBC Scotland.
Sadly on 19 April, 2018 Anne passed away at the house we shared in St Andrews.
Over the coming months and indeed years, I will add to the gallery below of scanned images from her portfolio, showcasing her fabulous photography from the past.

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