Emma’s television appearances include Going for a Song, The Antiques Show and Secret History and she is an advisor to the Antiques Roadshow. She has written many articles for magazines and national newspapers. She will feature in a documentary on BBC2 later this year focusing on portraiture.
Since setting up on her own, Emma has completed her first book, which was published in October 2009. Entitled ‘Silhouette, the Art of the Shadow’ this is the first major history of the subject written since the 1970s and is published by the prestigious New York publisher Rizzoli. (Amazon)
In 2000, she curated the family collection of portrait miniatures, entitled Heirs and Graces, at Harewood House in Yorkshire. Her exhibition for the Philip Mould gallery entitled Secret Faces opened in 2008. Last year, she curated an exhibition on the life and work of Samuel Cooper, the first internationally renowned English portraitist. The book accompanying the exhibition, entitled ‘Warts and All’ is available on Amazon or from www.philipmould.com