A little about me:

  1. I have a beautiful little girl.

  2. I couldn’t live without music.

  3. I’m obsessed with dogs- I have a Golden Retriever called Benny.

What I offer

I take a very personal approach to my work as a wedding and portrait photographer…from the very first details, getting to know you and what you want from your images and which moments you know you want capturing to the last detail when I am designing your wedding presentation box and making sure that everything embodies what you are both about.

Within my job I always aim to exceed expectations so that when I deliver your images and you are viewing them for the very first time you feel like you are experiencing your wedding day over again in a way that stands out from the crowd.

Taking a photo is definitely an art form, and one which I pride myself on. Capturing moments is a passion in my life, and on a wedding day there’s always so much emotion to be captured. I like to sit back and think about how couples respond to their galleries once I have sent out their final presentation box, just knowing that there’s so much that happened on the day that they probably won’t have seen and now get to live every aspect of the day they declared their love again. This brings me infinite joy.

What I believe

Every moment of a wedding day should be captured so that the story of that day can be re-lived time and time again. To do this I ensure that I document everything from your day. When editing photographs I include so many images of the, what I like to call, in between moments. Those short glances to your bridesmaids when you’re ready to leave the room in the morning, the deep breaths the groom/bride takes as the music sounds indicating the beginning of the ceremony, grandparents watching you the entire day, mums and dads circulating and talking to family and friends, flower girls spinning in their dresses…so many important moments that when you have them in an image you can treasure that moment for the rest of your lives.

A picture really does say a thousand words.