Photography is a huge part of both my working life and home life. I take a lot of my inspiration from the colour palette and lighting of cinema, the candidness of street photography, and the emotions portrayed through sincere storytelling, which I aim to interpret through my work.
The reason I became a photographer was quite simple - I’m passionate about people, whether that is learning all about what makes them unique, or focussing in on how different people connect. Every couple is different when it comes to how they interact with each other and there is no right or wrong way. I find myself drawn to the expressions and mannerisms that naturally emerge when surrounded by family and friends, so weddings just felt right.
To me, this is a highly personal job and I am so grateful that after every wedding I can say that I have not only served my couples but gained new friends. Wedding photography isn’t just a job, it’s something I am extremely passionate about and I’m always trying to push myself to create better images and surpass my couples’ needs.
Leave traditions at the door, plan the wedding your way and let your personality shine through – whether the location is a vineyard in Tuscany, the city streets of London, or even the family home. No matter how big or small, make it your own. Love is worth celebrating.