British born in 1956, Emma was educated at St. Hilda’s Oxford, after which she spent five years in Greece with the British School at Athens as an archaeological draughtsman.
Emma Faull is a watercolour painter of birds who captures the detail and immediacy of birds in the wild, particularly endangered species. She has exhibited her work worldwide with over 20 solo shows. Her paintings are in many permanent collections, including the Audubon Society in the USA, the National Museum of Athens and over a dozen with H.M. The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh.
Emma has had many successful exhibitions since 1998 at the Tryon Gallery in London. She continues to work on endangered species for the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust in Jersey where she lives. Every year Emma returns to Greece to teach, she is also running workshops on endangered species focusing on Aldabra in the Seychelles.