TO MENU

        Weddings are more than a generic shot list. They're a circus of emotions, hilarious, touching, sweet and silly moments, and I strive to capture them in a way that will help you to remember that feeling years on. Weddings are more than shoes arranged on windowsills or dozens of group shots with your half cousins you see once at Christmas and thank them for the scented toiletries set that's destined for the charity shop on December 27th... But I digress.

        Weddings are the reassuring squeeze of a hand, the way your face scrunches when you laugh at a bad joke, the beaming smile from across the room that makes you fuzzy, or your niece idly exploring her nasal cavities during speeches. They're also sometimes unpredictable and exhausting. But you'd do it all over again in a heartbeat.

        These are the slices of nostalgia that make us feel something. The bottom line being, your photos should look like YOUR photos, not a clone of everyone else's.

        Authenticity, always.

        I love working with creative couples who are who are not afraid to skip tradition in favour of staying true to themselves. I'm very grateful to be able to work with couples who love my work and really value their photography. I don't care if I'm shooting in a tiny registry office, a luxury destination hotel or your gran's back garden - if we connect and share the same philosophy then I'd absolutely love to chat with you.

        I'm proud to cover all types of love, all gender expressions, ethnicities, nationalities, faiths and walks of life. Every couple you see in my portfolio are real weddings - no styled shoots or models. I believe in the importance of representation, equality and transparency in my work.

        WHAT THE FAQ?
        Can we meet you for a chat?
        Do you travel for weddings?
        How do we receive our photos?
        Do you stay for all the drunk dancing?
        Do you do family/group shots?
        Do we need a second photographer?
        How do we book?
        Of course! Bring your fine selves to Brighton and we'll have an ice cream on the beach. Or just get a coffee. OR bring your cuppa (or your pint) to your nearest laptop or phone and we'll have a video-call! My nosey cat will likely make an appearance.