Judith studied Fine Art at Maidstone College of Art; whilst she was there she also won the David Murrey Scholarship for landscape painting in 1974. After a career teaching art she moved back to Kent in 1998 to paint full-time.
Her landscape paintings are based on strong observation. This lays down the foundation for the composition, and working with rags and brushes she endeavours to capture the atmosphere and light of the moment. Most of the paintings depict the countryside around her home in Kent, thereby allowing the viewer to share with her the early morning or evening light, as well as snow and mist.
She has won many awards for her work including, the Christies Award at the NEAC in 1988 and The de Laszio Medal in 2003. Judith was elected a member of the RBA in 2000, and the NEAC in 2009. Her work hands in many private and corporate collections worldwide.