Of all the things I have ever done, writing a bio about myself seems to be the hardest. Where do you start? How far back do you go? I can photograph weddings all day long, tie stray shoelaces, fix buttonholes, tame wild veils, wipe tears and find lost bridesmaids. Easy peasy lemon squeezy. Talking about me, not so easy but here goes.
I have always loved photography, that was clear from a young age when I used to take my little yellow super snaps camera everywhere. I was a cool kid.
I live in a little town in Lincolnshire not far from Cambridgeshire and Rutland borders.
I have a husband, a son who is 8, a cat called Lola, dog called George and various stuffed toys that seem to be part of the family now.
I like cake and wine. If there is no cake or wine its fine. I like tea too.
I like to be creative; I like to travel, and I like a good book. I have recently won the wedding business award or East of England. and have 2 photos shortlisted for the British Photography Awards.
When you run a bus company a vintage bus seems like a great place for a shot! The rainy day didn't dampen our spirits.101st Collection
It rained all day, I mean every second of the day it poured down. We had a choice, let it kill the vibe or get out and embrace it.
We chose to dance.
We left the church to a sea of brightly coloured umbrellas. Nothing was stopping us get a confetti shot. My gorgeous couple smiled all day.101st Collection
My couple wanted a photo of their rings We had plenty of time to play around with a few options, and we all settled on this as the shot to use.100th Collection
The light in the window at Harlaxton Manor was a perfect spot for my bride to sit and put her shoes on.99th Collection
Once I saw the greenery in the conservatory I knew we had to get a shot here.99th Collection
Bassmead during golden hour is always wonderful. Emily and William had a huge selection of images but this one made me smile the most. They look so relaxed in each others company.98th Collection
As the ceremony ended we took a stroll out of the church and down the path lined with blossom trees. They had this little moment where they looked at each other and just laughed.98th Collection
Hadsham Farm have this gorgeous little lake and when we saw the boat it was instantly a YES we need a photo in it. The sun was starting to set and was a perfect way to end the day.98th Collection
Rushpool Hall just before the ceremony.
We had a little moment and time for a couple of photos before the bride walked down the aisle.
The William Cecil in Stamford was a beautiful backdrop for this sunset shot. Joy and Anita were so full of love for each other and their families. The whole day was beautiful.96th Collection
When I saw the heart made of horse shoes (the groom made this) I knew we had to get it in a photo. So we waited for sunset so we could get some nice silhouettes.96th Collection
Winter wedding at Kinmount House in Scotland. The snow had fallen the day before and everything had a blanket of white. We found a little spot that looked like Narnia and we braved the cold for this shot.95th Collection
There were a few shots of the bride and her father walking down these stairs but this one is my favourite. The way he is looking at her when there is so much going on downstairs. So many different thoughts going through both their minds. I don't think he could have been any prouder than in that moment.94th Collection
This was shot in Scotland at the beautiful Kinmount House. The day was calm, elegant and almost etherial at times. This images is the complete opposite which is why it makes me smile. Nothing like a packed dance floor to end the day.94th Collection
This was shot just before Izzy was putting on her wedding dress. The last minute make up check. Her reflection in the shower door is what caught my eye and I love how this image turned out.93rd Collection