Brighton is my base and has been for quite some time now. It has a buzzing music scene, more coffee shops than people, and occasionally seagulls eating each other. It's great. Technically I live in Hove, which means I get to say "Hove, actually" without a hint of irony.
I’ve been taking pictures for so long I don’t think I know how to do anything else (I shot my first wedding 8 years ago… it was my own Mum’s and kinda snowballed from there… thanks Mum?!) But I will try and list some other interests with the hopes of sounding like a person who has a life outside of work (I try).
Big fan of:
RuPaul’s Drag Race
Damn fine coffee (coincidentally, Twin Peaks)
Weird + wonderful old cult movies (Harold & Maude is my faveee)
Failing miserably at playing my Telecaster
But weddings are the ultimate gig. Weddings are like a big beautiful Venn diagram of photography, storytelling, human connection and celebration. Getting to meet new people, sharing a bond, making memories and getting to give those memories as something tangible is pretty special. It’s humbling, heartwarming, occasionally exhausting and often emotional – yet I wouldn’t want to be doing anything else right now (I’ve tried gig photography, I’m too short).