A few weeks ago, I flew to the USA to photograph something both incredibly important and incredibly difficult. It was the kind of opportunity I was initially unsure about how to respond to because it was one that was so important, but one that I am so glad I had the courage to say yes to, because it was something I now consider a highlight in my career…Read More
What an absolute year 2018 was. It was the year I went from doing photography on the side, to going fully self employed, and for that, I am so very grateful. 2018 gave me the opportunity to photograph the most amazing weddings and lifestyle sessions, and to meet so many amazing people. It was a year full of love, I started the #GoldDustProject, I photographed quite a few charity events and I documented a few eco friendly vegan events too. So here it is, a round up of the best moments of 2018!Read More
Mortehoe in North Devon isn't somewhere I've only just discovered. Oh no. Although, it is somewhere I have discovered fairly recently...Read More
Just over a week ago, I took a little break and drove down to the South of Wales with my aunt and uncle, to see my cousin, who I hadn't seen in over a year since she moved to the area (and I can totally see why she doesn't want to move back!) I then travelled down to North Devon for a few days, but I will post about that later!
So, you're thinking of getting married abroad?! How fabulous!
Before I dive into telling you about my AMAZING offer of shooting your destination wedding for free (yes, REALLY!), let's have a chat about why you might bring a UK photographer (particularly me, an Essex-based alternative wedding photographer!) along on your travels!Read More
Italy was our second holiday together in six years together... You might notice the fuzzy, nostalgic nature of the photos I took, too... Well, that's because I shot the entire holiday on 35mm film with my little Yashica Electro 35, which I had bought off of eBay two weeks before!Read More