Lincolnshire based Photographer and Artist Lisa Harding trained at the London College of Printing in the 90’s specialising in photography and fine art. She has continually worked in the creative industry since graduating and has developed a speciality for aviation and military history photography and art thanks in no small part to her Great Grandfather who served in the Royal Air Force in World War II. Lisa has completed a wide range of photographic and artistic commissions for many clients over the years and is known as a trusted and reliable photographer and artist.
During the summer months, Lisa can often be found with her telephoto lens pointing toward the sky as the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight flies overhead at various air shows around the country as well as their base at RAF Coningsby. Lisa’s work aims to honour men such as her Great Grandfather and all those who fought for our freedom in WWI and WWII. Her graphite work recreates moments in time such as the moment aircrew return an operation or airmen and ground crew going about their duties. These pieces create unique pieces of art commemorating history and are highly emotive as an act of remembrance.
Lisa is a keen fundraiser for various military charities. In 2014, during the historic ‘Two Lancs’ summer, Lisa sold copies of her artwork to raise money for the Lancaster of the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, VeRA when she developed engine problems and also for AVRO Lancaster NX611 ‘Just Jane’ of the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre. Through the sales of her piece of work ‘Ready To Go’, Lisa was able to donate over £2,000 to these two causes. Lisa has also raised money for the International Bomber Command Centre in Lincoln, St Joseph’s Hospice in East London and the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund
If you would like to speak to Lisa about a comission you can do so on the contact page.