I’m not good at talking about myself but I have thought a lot about why I love photography and there are two driving factors, one is my love of art but primarily,
I don't want to forget.
It kills me that there are things in my life I can't remember anymore and will never be able to get back. And the things I do remember, I’m scared I might forget them too. There are those who are gone now and the details are fading. This is where my passion for photography lies. It is one of the few arts that can contain a moment and make it last forever.
When my clients look at their photographs I want them to remember. And then to share and let that moment continue to live on. We don't create images just for us, but for the people we love and the future generations: for our children and grandchildren.
You only get one wedding day and you do not want the memories of that day to be how you posed for contrived pictures all day. This is a day filled with special, intimate, joyful natural moments so I want the way I work and the final images you receive to reflect that.
I work in an unobtrusive way, as an observer, never directing, simply recording moments as they happen. I will always go above and beyond to deliver a fantastic set of unforgettable photographs.
I am there to record more than who was there and what they were wearing. I am there to document a day, the big blaring details and the ones that almost go unnoticed.
I am there to help you remember.
I can not honestly remember a time when I didn’t want to constantly take photos and make art. I graduated with a degree in Illustration before going on to work in photography.
Before I ventured into wedding photography I was lucky enough to do some corporate photography work and in my career I have photographed the likes of Nick Clegg, Tony Christie, Peter Jones and Doug Richard in various events.
I'm very tall, my friends say I have ‘Rapunzel hair’. If I'm not photographing a wedding or sat at my computer you will find me at the car boot sale, attempting to be good at yoga, watching The Office(US) again, escaping zombies, ogling cute puppies or spending way too much time on Tinder.
My friends and loved ones are the most important thing to me. When I'm not working I still love to document our lives and all the things around me.
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Pinterest fail hair flick
Typical Amsterdam view.
My sister in India
The Studio Rouge girls
Old office window.
New home office in Sheffield
Sister and mum taking photos at the Taj Mahal, India