I live in a cosy flat with my husband Dan, our daughter Rosanna and our two British Blue cats, Sami (the stocky one) and Fred (the pillow stealer). We got married in 2016 after knowing each other for over 20 years and being together for eight. Much like the couples I have the pleasure of working with, our priorities were making sure our wedding was a personal and fun day for everyone – including having some of our favourite Adnam’s ale and a cracking band. After falling in love with the city over numerous visits, we moved to Edinburgh in 2016 and welcomed Rosanna here in 2019.
My favourite things in the world are watching our mischievous, curious, hilarious daughter develop and explore the world (current favourite pursuit is shouting ‘cat’ and tearing books apart), travelling (33 countries and counting), books (current favourite is Goldfinch by Donna Tartt) and allllll the cheese. When I’m not shooting weddings you’ll find me in a backstreet boozer (though definitely less of this now with three of us!), browsing in little independent shops for pretty knick knacks I don’t need, buying more books I won’t get around to reading, or watching David Attenborough’s back catalogue on Netflix.
My love of people and their characters and stories is what got me into wedding photography. I’ve been a photographer for seven years and it’s just the most amazing job. The best thing about it is that I get to take awesome photos of couples in love and their favourite people having a great time.
My wedding photography style is relaxed, genuine and fun. I capture all the beautiful and silly moments, and let you get on with having a fantastic day.
You don’t care about chocolate fountains or coloured gems to scatter on your tables (!). You just want to say your heartfelt ‘I do’s’ and eat, drink and be merry with your favourite people.
*Credits and thanks to the brilliant Hannah at Hannah Dornford-May Photography for the wedding photo and the lovely Charlotte at Lottie Designs for my silent disco cover image, taken at Snap Photography Festival.