I am a thirty-something-year-old with an obsession for photography. I am a typical creative – always looking to do something different and seeing the beauty in the everyday norm. If it not obvious -I love a good wedding! I am an incurable romantic so if the groom sheds a tear don’t be surprised that I may shed a tear or two as well. I love the emotions at a wedding and always seeking to find them. Blending into your day for me allows me to capture the action as it unfolds. I am a people’s person- I love meeting and making new friends and often leave a wedding doing just that.
I married my best friend Dan in September 2016 so I have firsthand experience of being a bride, being the other side of the lens and also understand the real-life stresses of hoping the UK will give you a dry day. I have been there! We have a gorgeous son together called Jude, being a working mum is where I thrive and on my days off I am busy spending time with my loved ones. I am owned by three gorgeous cats – Hugo, Nala and Bodhi. They complete our little family and I feel truly blessed. I was lucky to know the golden years of photography on film and it was in these days I honed my skill. After graduating with a degree in ba hons editorial and commercial photography in 2006, I decided to become a freelance photographer in 2010. Some career highlights include my images appearing in numerous magazines including Photography Monthly, Professional Photographer, Turning Pro, Wedding Ideas and Creative Brides. I have also featured in many wedding blogs nationwide. In 2018 I was delighted to be highly commended in the South West Wedding Awards. Achieving industry recognition from my clients really made me feel super proud of all the hard work over the last 9 years. In my spare time, I love to travel and take in different cultures usually with a camera in hand. Eating good food with wine is a great pass time in your thirties. I enjoy playing a tune or two on the guitar and like to practise yoga. My life’s journey has all shaped the person I am today. Life is what happens when you’re busy making plans – a bit like plan a wedding! I would love to chat and get to know you over a coffee. I hope to hear from you soon.