I'm a wedding photographer from Northumberland.
I've always loved art and photography, learning to shoot on an old 35mm camera and develop the negatives when I was twelve. This sparked an instant obsession with documenting everything around me.
I went on to study photography and have a BA(Hons) in Commercial Photographic Practice.
I photographed my first wedding eleven years ago and fell in love with the idea of doing it full time. Being a part of so many people's special days is such a wonderful job and I feel so grateful for every wedding I get to be a part of.
Photographing the crazy love between two people is one of my favourite things. It always gives me goosebumps when I hear handwritten vows and see the little looks of pure love between a couple on their wedding day. I'm completely in love with the feeling of documenting a whole wedding day, and the joy it brings to the couples I work with.
When I'm not taking photos (or editing) you can usually find me listening to music, playing video games and hanging out with my cats, Cloud & Mani.
I also love to travel with my 35mm camera and document my trips on film.
Favourite food is a difficult one, it's tied between pizza, tacos and sushi.
Other things I love include yoga, crafting, looking after my plants, playing guitar, going to see live music and drinking lots and lots of black coffee.
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How I work.
As a wedding photographer, I've always loved to shoot with natural light. On your wedding day I mostly work with available light and shadow, only using a flash when necessary.
I love creating a story of your day with my images so you'll be able to look back and remember how it looked (with a little bit of an arty twist).
I'm a documentary photographer, I love to capture moments when people are just being their genuine selves, as I feel this produces the most natural, beautiful results.
I will be completely dedicated to you and your photos on the big day. While I will direct you a little bit during group shots, I like to shoot candidly for the majority of the day in order to capture everything going on without intruding.