Tori & Ed Wedding

I first met Tori & Ed back in early 2016 - they were the kind of couple that I instantly got on well with. We had coffee and teas whilst they told me all about their wedding plans and I knew it was going to be a good one. Fast forward 1 year to their wedding at the gorgeous Haughey Park and it was even more beautiful than I imagined it to be... From the stunning flower bouquets, the stationary,  right through to the impeccably decorated rustic venue, the couple really put a personal stamp on their wedding style. 

Tori wore the most amazing Maggie Sottero gown and looked every inch the princess. Ed scrubbed up pretty well too in a sharp grey suit. ;)

Thank you for having me guys. Here are some of my favourites from the day....

Thank you 2016

I was going to call this blog post "best of 2016" but in all honestly it's hard to pick favourites, instead this is just a thank you to all of the lovely couples who trusted me to photograph the most special days in their lives and for the fantastic opportunities I have been given. I have also included a few of my own personal shots and memories for good measure...

This collection isn't about epic locations, killer shots or pretty details - all of that stuff is fantastic, of course it is... but without people - there are no weddings. For me, that is one of the most important things to remember. I love it when my clients tell me how they have enjoyed looking through all the photos of moments they didn't realise had happened - whether that be their family and friends having fun, bits of the wedding they did not see, facial expressions, and all the little in-between moments. These are the moments that make a wedding what it is.... not the expensive cake, the beautiful dress, the amazing shoes, or the epic location - The people are what truly make a wedding day. 2 people in love and all of their families and friends gathered there to celebrate with them. I am so grateful to each and everyone one of you who let me capture your day through my eyes and do the love I absolutely love to do. I wouldn't be where I am without you! 

As 2016 almost draws to a close, I am already looking forward to the amazing weddings and personal events I coming up next year! 

Katie & James

I have been eager to blog this wedding ever since I shot it back in June. 

In the very early stages of my photography journey, a handful of the photographers I most look up to gave me the most valuable piece of advice that I still carry with me to this day - "find your ideal clients". That does by no means have to be clients with the most money, the most extravagant weddings, the best designer suppliers, it means finding couples that you can relate to and who relate to you - who 'get' what you do creatively.

When Katie first emailed me I was on holiday in Cornwall and I think I did a happy dance in my chair - I just had to photograph this wedding, not only because it sounded completely awesome, but Katie came across with such warmth and a girl I would get on really well with. In person that couldn't have been truer, and the exact same goes for the lovely James. (He even likes the same bands as me!)

The wedding itself was such a fun filled day, and despite the weather being rather damp in places, it certainly didn't spoil the day one little bit. The staff at Bawdon Lodge Farm were amazing and considering the venue had flooded from torrential rain the day before they did an incredible job working through the night to get everything looking perfect for the big day.

Katie and James's wedding had beautiful details, great music, gorgeous cakes that looked too good to be eaten, the most stunning bouquets, and bloody good looking bridesmaids and groomsmen - but above all that it had heart and that was the element that resonated with me the most. Family was well and truly at the center of this wedding and you could feel the love in the room. Everyone made me feel so welcome, and by the end of the night when I reluctantly packed up my kit and made my way out into the rain I felt like a guest and a friend,  rather than a photographer. 

Anyway, here are some of my favourites from their day. I tried to keep this blog post shorter, but I just couldn't... 


Kirsty & Claire's wedding


Back in May, I photographed the gorgeous wedding of Kirsty & Claire. It took place at the lovely Goldstone Hall Hotel in rural Shropshire. Typically it rained for most of the day, but it certainly didn't put a dampener on the Brides's or the guest's spirits.  Everyone was laughing and joking throughout the entire day and dancing and getting merry in the evening. It was definitely one to remember and I'm so grateful to have been there to document their special day. 



Venue: Goldstone Hall

Flowers: Big Little things

MUA: Harmony health and beauty

Hair: Kimberley Boswell

Dresses: KT Bridal & Shropshire brides

Cake: Deborah guest cakes

DJ & Photobooth: Jay's Disco's


Alice & Jame's pre-wedding shoot

A Couple of weeks ago, I met Alice & Jame's for their pre-wedding shoot. For the location, Alice chose a place that was very special to her - the pituresque little village of Elsworth in Cambridgeshire, where she grew up.

It was lovely to hear all about the history of the village and it was such a beautiful, sunny and warm day to take some portraits.

Alice & Jame's wedding will take place in July this year and I can't wait. Here are some of my favourites from the day...


Maddy & Matt's Pre-wedding shoot

Maddy & Matt are exactly the type of couple I get so excited about photographing. From the first time I met them over a coffee I just knew instantly we would get on well... such a funny, laid back and vibrant couple who don't take themselves too seriously. For their pre-wedding shoot we headed to Grafham Water in Cambridgeshire. These two love birds tie the knot in August, and I for one can't wait to see what their day has to offer...

Free Destination Wedding Photography

Are you getting married outside of the UK in 2016 or 2017? I am offering my first 3 destination wedding couples completely free coverage, with expenses to be paid only. (Subject to availability)

Since I started shooting weddings, it has been an ultimate dream of mine to combine my love of photography and travel, and to shoot internationally as well as in the UK. I believe there is no better time to get the ball rolling which is why I am running this offer. 

You will receive the following as part of the photography package:

* Unlimited wedding day coverage

* A minimum of 500 High res images with printing rights

* An online password protected gallery

* A slideshow set to music

* Images on wooden USB in a beautiful presentation box

Please note: Travel and accommodation expenses will be required prior to the wedding date and a reasonable fee can be agreed. 


Please email me at for more information. I hope to hear from you :)

Lavender Field Styled Shoot

I have been wanting to share these photos for so long now. In reality, this shoot was less than 3 months ago but feels like a lot longer. The long, dark, cold and wet nights are upon us and it's nice to look back on this glorious summer Lavender field styled shoot from August. It was such a fun day where i got to hang out with some Cool photography friends and our gorgeous models Sophie and Dave. 

And of course,  Big thanks to our Amazing suppliers:

Make up: Bambi - Bridal, make up and hairdressing

Dress: Heart Aflutter Bridal

Cake: Cake Mummy's Iced Delights

Flowers: The Flowersmiths

Venue: Mayfair Lavender Field


Angela & Leigh's London Wedding

Angela & Leigh had a gorgeous London wedding with a difference. Going against tradition and formality, the couple got ready together at their flat in Pimlico, before heading in a taxi to the stunning Albert Bridge to have some portraits taken before their ceremony which is Angela's favourite bridge in the city. The Ceremony took place at the famous Chelsea Old Town Hall followed by a dinner reception at a private dining room in Bumpkin , South Kensington. Here are a few of my favourites from their day.

Hannah & Dan

Hannah & Dan's relaxed & intimate wedding took place in and around Oxford City Centre, with their reception being held at the Awesome The Jam Factory followed by cocktails at The Duke of Cambridge Being at a wedding like this really hit home to me how important family and close friends are....their day was full of heartfelt emotion and laughter with nearest and dearest. Dan & Hannah are the most laid back couple you could ever meet and it was a pleasure hanging out with them. :)

Deborah & Stuart Wedding

I'm so excited to share this blog post with you. Deborah and Stuart got married in May 2015 and it was the most awesome wedding full of my favourite things - belly laughs, beautiful friendships and pure and honest Love. If you ask me, that's pretty much all you need at a wedding. Being a part of their special day made me feel like a guest with my camera, as everyone was so warm and welcoming. Of course, we also had fantastic venues and gorgeous weather on our side which was a huge bonus. The day kicked off at Deborah's parents house, whilst Stuart did the groom prep thing at his and Deb's place. We then went onto St Johns chuch in Stanmore for the Ceremony which was full of emotion and even laughter, followed by the reception which took place at MHO The Venue in Bushey which is a stunning converted church and grade II listed building.  I will leave you with the photos  to do the rest of the story telling. Big thank you to Lucie Watson for second shooting this one with me.  Finally thanks to Stu & Deb for having me - you guys rock!