What is your most memorable wedding?
Probably my first. You never forget your first time. The stress, the panic, the fear of mucking up. It was my friends wedding so I didn't actually know a lot to expect. So I would photograph EVERYTHING. My friends were so understanding and allowed me to have full creative control, and got some amazing shots that I look back and feel proud of to this day.
It was in the beautiful (and sadly no longer with us) Glue Factory in Central Glasgow. It was so wonderfully laid out with some amazing rustic and huge rooms and I wish I could relive that day again.
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Filmic, dynamic, engrossing, storytelling, and nostalgic.
What about your business are you most proud of?
That I'm the sole business owner and work for myself. Plus winning Photographer of the Year at the Confetti Awards was a huge moment for me.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Always get wedding insurance.
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
For one wedding I saw that each table was named after a classic horror movie, and each table was decorated with old worn VHS tapes. I definitely want to try something like that when I get married.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
Every process is different. I prefer to chat about what you like and don't like. I'd rather we spoke to see if we are a perfect fit. It's best we get along first and
What is the No. 1 photo that you think every couple should take?
One photo of you together sitting down having a breather. Cause you won't have a moment alone until you go to sleep. It's best to take that moment just to chat about what you felt that whole day.
What is the most original photo you’ve been asked to take at a wedding?
I once photographed inside Edinburgh Zoo and the couple posed beside the Penguin pen. There must have been about 50 penguins all in the background of the image and was something I'd never forget.
What do you recommend for a rainy day wedding?
Flat shoes. Especially if we go out in the grass once it's dry. Wouldn't want to get your feet all muddy!
Describe how you got into photography.
I studied photography in college and my interest took off from there. I was naturally quite creative growing up and loved making things. I learned to sew quite early age and used to love mending any clothes or items that were worn or ripped. I used to always draw comic book characters like Spider-Man and Batman on my school books. Even now I still try and learn something creative every year. So far I've learned; barbering, film making and script writing. Who knows what I'll learn next.