wahh, you’re getting married! It’s one of the best parts of life. On that day you’ll want a wedding photographer who you can think of as a friend! Please do treat me like I’m just one of your friends, it results in the best photos! You can be you when I’m around, I’m easy going, like to have fun, trustworthy, and sensitive.
On this page you can see lots of imagery and words to give you an idea of who I am. We have to be the right match so do tell me all about you both too, what you’re like, what you do, what you love doing outside of work etc. My work is personal to me, and I want us to make a connection so that on the day I know what it means to you. In learning about you I feel I can photograph more efficiently on the wedding day.
It warms my heart to see a boundy golden retriever running right at me, walking through the woods and reflecting on how long the trees have been there, feeling every note I play on the piano, twirling in a long skirt, riding my amazing red 50’s style bike, hiking the hills, and being boggled by the science and scale of the universe. Every day is a blessing, I think.
Some of the most surreal things I’ve ever done are photographing President Clinton, bumping into ‘Professor Slughorn’ at a cafe in Devon, night swimming with manta rays in Hawaii, swimming with wild dolphins in Hawaii, lying on the deck of a boat in Australia watching a lightening storm in the distance, and being lifted up by an elephant onto it’s back in the Andaman Sea whilst in Thailand.
I’ve seen a lot in my wedding photography career in Devon and Somerset, it’s been nearly 15 years now. From having been a bride too, I’ve been on both sides of the camera now, and my advice would be not to get too bogged down in the details and on it being perfect. Just make it your own, create your own traditions, make it personal and fun.
Fun fact: I could watch Back to the Future over and over! I even had our wedding cake sculptured into the film. The top tier was the clock tower 🙂
Oh, and I love the water!