Beth Hague was discovered in a basket on the banks of the River Cam. The gentle flow of the river carried Beth past the willows of Granchester, where she was raised by the distant echo’s of Virgina Woolf and Rupert Brooke. Entwined in these poetic influences and love for nature and water she went on to study Illustration at Falmouth University in Cornwall, graduating in 2011.
After graduating she pursued her interest in literature and storytelling, producing images and graphic novels that create a vision of feeling, time and place. Her work looks at the individual and the way they adapt to their surroundings.