About Alison Cornford-Matheson
I am a freelance travel photographer who specialises in garden photography and scenic travel photography. I use my Photoshop talent to create original works of art that are available as fine art prints. I also do retouching, photo restorations and am available for commissions and assignment work. I am Canadian but have been based in Brussels, Belgium for over 6 years. My passion is travel and sharing the world through my photography.
If you have any questions about my work please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Stock Photography Downloads
My high resolution travel and garden photographs are available as Rights Managed downloads for stock photo buyers. My stock photography work has appeared in magazines, travel websites, books and a first day cover.
Beautiful Art Prints
If you are looking for bold and beautiful images to decorate your home or office, all of my travel and garden photos are available as high quality art prints in a variety of sizes and paper finishes. Just click the Buy Now button on any gallery image on this website for a complete list of sizes and prices. You can also contact me directly with any special requests.
My 10+ years of experience shooting travel lifestyle photography makes me the ideal choice to photograph your travel industry business. My clients include B&B’s, self-catering cottages, travel agencies and travel magazines. I offer a range of packages to suit your business needs. Please contact me to discuss your photography needs.
Digital Art Work
The Forgotten Postcards series has been exhibited in:
- DAPht – Design, Art, Photography Pop-up Gallery, Brussels, Belgium – May 2011
- BetaGroup Co-Working – Rue des Pères Blancs, Brussels, Belgium – May 2011
- The Aspria Lifestyle Club – Rue de l’Industrie, Brussels, Belgium – December 2010 – March 2011
- The ArtMagna exhibition in Gallery Brenart – Ave Louise, Brussels, Belgium – December 2010
- The Accessible Art Fair – Conrad Hotel, Brussels, Belgium – November 2010 & June 2010
- The Accessible Art Fair – EU Quarter, Brussels, Belgium – November 2009