Earth Pathways Contributors | C - D - E



Jenny Caitlin (2014 diary)

An artist working with flowers, natural greenery, herbs & ancient meanings. She creates sacred space & personalised pieces for occasions of love & loss. Also decorative wreaths made from natural findings. She is Wiccan and lives in Derbyshire.

Christine Camp (2022 diary)

Intuitive and spiritual artist, inspired by all of nature, both seen and unseen, mystery and imagination.

Instagram: christinelizart

Camphill Community Clanabogan (2012 diary)

A lifesharing community, living and working with adults with special needs. People work in different workshops – bakery, weaving workshop, wood workshop, biodynamic farm and garden. Clanabogan promotes environmental issues such as renewable energy.


Rebecca Card (2022 diary, 2019 calendar)

I am an Underworld Guide who inhabits, works with and is ensouled by the land and the other-than-humans. I’m passionate about cultural healing and work with grief, transitional rites ceremonies, nature-based human development and soul initiation journeys.


Melanie Cardwell (2010/2009 diaries)

Melanie is a Herbalist, Healer, Druid and Witch, who also teaches in the UK and overseas. She is author of ‘Herbcraft’, a Herbal Home Study Course and runs a clinic and mail order herbal pharmacy from her home in the Essex countryside.


Steve Carr (2019 diary)

Predominantly Derbyshire landscape: made up of lush green agricultural land, windswept moorland, and sweeping dales and valleys. Using acrylic paint on canvas or paper to build up a highly textured surface.


Sky Carver (2020 diary)

Artist, writer, opera director and colour therapist. I am a complete lover of nature and pagan at heart. Wishing well to all, doing all that I love and scares me and loving it!

Treasa Cassidy (2023/21 diaries, 2023 calendar)

I live and work in Leeds teaching Yoga / Yoga Nidra. As well as practising Soto Zen Meditation. Love the Peak District and am an avid supporter of Earth Pathways.


Rachel Castagne (2010 diary)

Mystic Maker, Mother and Healer. Mandalas designed to inspire and illuminate, aiming to facilitate being in a world obsessed with doing, bringing alignment with the flow of well-being, balancing the subtle bodies and harmonising the environment.

Sue Chadd (2015 diary)

Sue is a poet and storyteller who grew up on the Welsh Borders and now lives in Wiltshire. Her work has been described as ‘close to the mythic edge of the land, strong in spirit, invigorating as salt winds’.

Mary Chapman (2015 diary, 2020 calendar)

Astrologer, teacher, storyteller and poet. I am inspired by a love of nature, philosophy, my dreams and imagination.

Sarah Charters (2024/23 diaries)

A creative being; my journey of recovery from M.E. is also a journey of discovery. Connecting with nature, honouring the Earth Festivals and allowing myself to just be. They all nurture and inspire.

Ric Cheyney (2021 diary, 2020 calendar)

Ric Cheyney is an agrarian misanthrope, writer, critic, songsmith and woodland gardener. A book of his selected writings, In Praise Of Nahum Tate, (ISBN 978-1-83859-070-3) can be ordered through your local bookseller.


Pat Childerhouse (with Charlotte Bowen) (2018 diary)

Pat and Charlotte live in Hove. Charlotte is an amateur photographer who loves to take pictures of her family and scenes from nature. Pat is her grandmother-in-law. She cultivates a tiny garden and an allotment.

Ciara - Shadowsfall Scribblings (2023 diary)

Shadowsfall Scribblings - Ascension Guide, helping people come into alignment with their true selves and life purpose using wonderful words, intuitive tools and spiritual connection.

Amanda Clark (2018/13/12/11 diaries, 2018/17/16 calendars)

Amanda’s style of art is inspired by fairytale, myth, folklore and the Celtic lands of the British Isles. Visit her blog page and her web site to see her paintings.

Ros Clark (2009 diary)

I am an artist and craftswoman using largely recycled materials to make lanterns and sculptures. Inspired by nature and shamanic journeys, I’m fascinated by the power of symbols.

Tony Clifford (2012 diary)

Tony believes we need to get comfortable with darkness in order to feel closer to the Earth.

Judith L Cobby (2021 diary)

I’m a shamanic practitioner, counsellor and mind/body energy specialist. Working closely with nature and spirit, I hold space so others may be empowered and healed. I also teach and share about the wisdom and alchemy of our natural world.


Toni Cogdell (2012 diary, 2016 calendar)

Toni is a painter, illustrator and writer. Our connection to the Earth provides endless inspiration for her, and through this she seeks to tell her story, your story and the ancient stories Gaia whispers to the trees.


Janey Colbourne (2024/23/22/21/20/19/18/17 diaries, 2024/23/18 calendars)

Janey is a writer, performance poet and former herbalist, exploring nature and culture with the intent to rewrite the future in hope and solidarity, for a growing, life- affirming, glorious diversity on this beautiful earth.

Instagram: @janeycolbournepoet

Debbie Collins (2016/14/13/11 diaries, 2021/20 calendars)

My passion - conscious movement in all its manifestations. My work honours through acupuncture, counselling, supervision/mentoring, sweat lodge, co-gender circles, Death Cafes, healing ourselves one person at a time as our personal commitment to honour and heal Gaia.


Emma Collis Hall (2021 calendar)

A land and space healer, dowser, sound healer and creator of art pieces embedded with the intention to harmonise earth and homes. My garden is my beautiful fluid art piece.


Georg Cook (2024 calendar)

Georg Cook lives on the South Downs beside the sea and is inspired by the in-between worlds of woods and coast. Having rediscovered a forgotten love of words and writing, she walks this ancient land listening to its teachings seeking reconnection to the natural world and to self following the impact of Narcissistic abuse.

Instagram: @georgcook_writer

Rose Cook (2021 diary)

Rose Cook is well-known in the South-West, having read in many venues and festivals. She is also a photographer. Her latest collection of poems, Sightings, was published by Grey Hen Press (2019).


Debbie-Adele Cooper (2009)

Studied fine art at Derby University, now working as an Arts Practitioner. Exhibiting locally and nationally. Studio-work includes light and sound installations, photography and painting. Currently researching healing spaces.


Alex Coppock-Bunce (2023 calendar)

I’ve been exploring and painting ancient and sacred sites in the U.K. for 30 years. I’m inspired by nature, particularly trees and their decay, forming beautiful habitats for other life.


Rachel Corby (2024/23/21/19/18/17/16/15/14/13/12/11 diaries, 2016 calendar)

Rachel Corby is an author, plant whisperer & personal rewilding coach. Her latest book is: Rewilding & The Art Of Plant Whispering. Rachel runs workshops, retreats and apprenticeships. She also mentors and teaches online.


Helen Cowans (2017 diary, 2020/19 calendars)

Inspired by the colours and textures of Mother Earth. I use photography to capture the fleeting moments of light and textile art to interpret the evocative wild Northumberland landscape. Interested in the history of the land and the people and wildlife that inhabit it.


Cat Cox (2017 diary)

Cat began her astrological journey in 1984 and has travelled through modern, traditional and academic approaches to the art. Influenced by the Western Mystery Tradition and women’s spirituality, she has come to think of her practice as a spiritual one.


Emma Cox (2024/23 diaries, 2023 calendar)

An artist, writer and photographer living in a cottage nestled within a Cornish woodland, taking her inspiration from our ancestors, and the natural world.

Instagram: @emmacoxcreates

Anabela CP (2023 diary)

I live and work in the Surrey Hills where I walk in woods and dream on hilltops. Nature never ceases to delight and inspire me; sometimes the wonder and beauty of it all weaves words and rhythms into poetry.


Kelly Cracknell (2024/21 diaries, 2023/22 calendars)

My artwork is inspired by my love of nature, especially the moon.

Facebook: kellymooncraft
Folksy: mooncraft

Ingrid Crawford (2016/13/12 diaries)

I am an Eco journalist – I document alternative lifestyles, I am a good portrait photographer, but also love to photograph rustic Eco houses. I am interested in community, growing food, crafts and our connection to the Earth.


Julie Croad (2024 diary)

I am from South Wales, land of lovely scenery, coastline and countryside. My writing is very influenced by nature and the changing seasons of our beautiful planet. We must all work to protect it and supporting Earth Pathways is a wonderful way to do this.


Debbie Crooks (2024/23/22/21/20/19 diaries, 2022/21 calendars)

Artist, garden designer and allotment keeper. I find inspiration for my paintings locally in the Chiltern Hills and on my travels. I convey the intensity and the magic of the changing seasons through light, colour and structure.




Sue Dare (2011 diary)

I am a North lincolnshire based artist and garden designer. I design beautiful functional and spiritual gardens, which often incorporate sculpture made from reclaimed materials such as wood, metal or earth. I also produce silk paintings inspired by nature.

Jean Dark (2017/16/15/13/12/11 diaries)

Jean writes the voices in her head that speak the images of her mind. She is published in Pentacle Magazine, Silver Wheel Journal, Earth Pathways Diary. She blogs and lives in a co-operative community in Cambridge.


Ali Davenport (2024/23 diaries, 2023 calendar)

Ali Davenport is a poet, writer and soul-searcher from Manchester. She is passionate about questions and connection.


Gwen Davies (2013 diary)

My work focuses on the diversity of spirituality and the complexity in nature. I am influenced by my travels, Arabic dance and the folk tales of our land. I love using colour and working by the moon.


Ushka Davies (2022/17/15 diaries)

Nature is such a huge inspiration and teacher for me. I feel blessed to be able to capture the beauty that she so generously shares with me in all her different shapes, forms, flavours and colours.

Facebook: UshkaMayaphotography
Instagram: @ushka_davies

Karen Davis (2018/12 diaries, 2019/16 calendars)

Wiltshire born and based artist inspired by a love of flora, fauna, moon, magic, folklore and light. Magical imaginings captured on paper, canvas and wood.


Rosa Davis (2022/19/13 diaries, 2021 calendar)

My creative work is an offering to the Earth. Throughout my life she has inspired, nourished and comforted me. Now no longer able to walk her pathways, my garden and its views sustain me.

Wendy Davison (2015 diary)

I am at my happiest with my hands in the earth growing vegetables and flowers and marveling at Mother Nature’s abundance. I am passionate about whole foods, natural, organic growing methods, and I also love taking photographs!

Linda Day (2011 diary)

I am Mother, Grandmother, Astrologer and Manageress of a busy health practice. I give professional chart readings and run an astrology group in Hereford. I write the Moonthly Forecast on the New Moon every month for

Philip Day (2020/19 diaries)

I am a photographer, artist and semi retired graphic designer now working with small, ecological start up organisations. My paintings are inspired by the natural world and I enjoy cooking with the themes and flavours of the seasons.

Helen Rachel Deadman (2021 diary)

Helen Rachel Deadman is a Metatronic Healing Advanced Practitioner and Reiki Practitioner and Teacher and possibly a writer too... who lives in the beautiful East Riding of Yorkshire and practices in York at The Zentist.


Charlotte Dean (2024/20/17 diaries)

Charlotte is a wolfy woman wandering between worlds with words and plants and pleasure and paint. She designs forest gardens, makes ancestral art, is a Soul Midwife and occasionally fashions a rug out of old jumpers while she’s dreaming.

Althea deCarteret (2014 diary)

My photographic artwork has always tended to the poetic and spiritual in nature and I love creating images that make one stop and wonder. My natural portraits of women are used in my “Menopause Swings and Roundabouts” website.


Graeme de Lyons (2011 diary)

Creative artist-healer is a label that sticks better than some. Building The Possibility Bus – a community resource of sustainability (of self and environment) and creative opportunities for all – especially those who consider themselves disadvantaged.

Tati Dennehy (2014/12/09 diaries)

Quirky sculptures, mainly in ceramics, soulfully celebrating the human form, the unconscious, our inner worlds of emotions, dreams and instinctual nature, interweaving the sacred and the hilarious. Tati also teaches ceramics from her studio on the edge of Dartmoor.


Holly Dew (2012 diary)

Holly’s work pays tribute to our Earth, honouring the land with every glorious image that is gifted to lens and received with heartfelt gratitude. Working quietly with very sick souls, Holly promotes true and unconditional love, for each other and for Mother Earth.


Paula J Dibb (2017 diary)

I express the sacredness of the Earth and my dance within it, with colour and texture. I live on Lancashire moorland and when stressed, sleep on the floor to be close to earth.

Facebook: Paula Dibb Sacred Earth Art

John Dickinson (2023 diary)

I am an artist and songwriter living in Cornwall. I draw with coloured pencils and I create sculptures out of wood. All of my work is based on inspiration and intuition. It, like life, is a journey.

DightyConnect (2014 diary)

Words inspired by the Dighty Burn, a stretch of fresh water often ignored but loved by those whose lives it runs through. DightyConnect is a community based project which aims to support local people to become involved in the Burn.

Kiara Dixey (2022/20 diaries)

Kiara Dixey is an artist and writer living in Ceredigion, West Wales. Her work is inspired by the beauty in the faces and forms of people and nature, by dreams and archetypes, myth and legend.

Facebook DixeyArt

Tracy Dovey (2023 diary)

I live on the lovely ragged edge of The New Forest and I'm inspired by folklore, folksong and wild places. Connecting with our ancestors through landscape, ancient cycles, rituals and stories shows us how to step lightly on our precious Earth.

Stephanie Drane (2023 diary, 2023 calendar)

Stephanie Drane is a Wild Woman, Frith Weaver, Reiki Master, Spiritual Artist and Writer living and working under the wide Suffolk Skies. Stephanie can be found barefoot in a field, swimming in the river or at:


Clare Dubois (2021 diary, 2021 calendar)

Clare Dubois is Founder of, a women-led, culture change and tropical reforestation organisation, rooted in the UK but planting throughout the tropics. She is a voice for nature, for the feminine rising and for authentic love in action.


Yannick Dubois (2022/21/18 diaries, 2022 calendar)

Yannick Dubois creates magical artwork inspired by his love for the forest and the trees. He lives in a woodland in Devon and practises modern Druidry. He is available for commissions.

Etsy: forestheartart2

Christine Duffield (2014 diary)

I love the Earth, the moon, nature and animals.


Mark Duffin (2024/23 diaries, 2023 calendar)

I am an Artist and Illustrator. I paint in oils and acrylics, also creating digital pieces. My work has been described as ”creating worlds just slightly different from our own”.


Keith Duke (2011 diary)

Keith is a musician, composer, photographer and sound therapist. In his work, Keither integrates two or more images to produce unusual and often challenging results that reflect the beauty and energies of sacred sites.


Jacqueline Durban (see also Jacqueline Woodward-Smith) (2019/18/17/16/15/13/12 diaries, 2017 calendar)

I am a writer, poet, and hedgepriestess, believing in sacred activism through connection, creativity, small beauties, wild hope, & the quiet magic of a nice cup of tea. Possible hedgerow heretic.




Amanda Edmiston (2020 diary)

Amanda Edmiston is a storyteller and artist with a background in herbal medicine, based in Scotland but working wherever people want stories. She creates multidimensional work designed to connect folk with stories, lore, food, plants and memories of community traditions.

Suzi Edwards-Goose (2018/15/14/13/12/11/10/09 diaries)

Artist. Ritual tattooist. Poet. Drummer. Feral woman. The older I get, the wilder I become.


Suchin Ee (2020 calendar)

MA (RCA) from Singapore arrived UK 1965 attained MA at RCA. Built a couture dress design business. Turned to her love of Bonsai winning gold at Chelsea and writing a Bonsai book. Her paintings are influenced by Chinese Brushstroke. She also paints soul visions.


Elkie Wild Art (2024 diary)

My name is Emma Kerridge-Conium, and I am predominantly a colour pencil and mixed media artist. I am inspired by patterns in nature, and look to include patterns in all of my artworks. You can find out more at:


Chris Ellis (2023/16/13/12 diaries, 2023 calendar)

I first studied Astrology in the 1980s and it's been a love ever since - alongside my musical work. I'm still drawn to the work of Dane Rhudyar and Alice Bailey for their recognition of natural cycles and of Soul.


Sue Elwen (2013 diary)

I am a Homeopath and Reiki Master based in Harrogate. The older I get, the less I need to know, the more connections I see and the easier it gets to be joyous.

Lucy Everitt (2012 diary)

An artist from Somerset inspired by nature’s wild side and ancient connections. Working as an illustrator producing books, posters, calendars, cards, portraits and private commissions.