What is your most memorable wedding?
The one where the Bride was 45 minutes late and the register had to leave before they could marry the couple! It all worked out in the end though, just had a little bit of a backwards day with the Ceremony at the end.
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Relaxed, natural, fun, personal and candid
What about your business are you most proud of?
My ability to capture those little moments you think nobody else saw!
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Give yourself enough time between the serious bit and sitting down to eat.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
You get in touch, we have a brew or a wine and talk about your big day, you tell me all the details, I show off my latest weddings and I tell you how I work and what you can expect. You book - woo hoo - then you receive a surprise in the post.
An Engagement shoot comes with all my packages as standard so thats usually the next time you will see you, we go out into the woods or the Moores or the city or even go karting, we have a laugh, I usually fall over at some point.
Nearer the date I send you over some forms so I have all your timings to hand and your vendor details. On the day I arrive super exciting to shoot your day, make sure you feel amazing, tell daft jokes to make you laugh, become best mates with all your aunties and just shoot your day blending into the background as much as I can. I may also solizite some drinking games with your mates to get the party started!
After our goodbyes you can expect some sneak peaks over on my instra as well as a mini blog over on my site for you to share with your guests as a bit of a taster of whats to come.
What is the most original photo you’ve been asked to take at a wedding?
The family Dog signing the register. True story!
What do you recommend for a rainy day wedding?
Umbrellas! Rain doesn't mean you have to have all your photos inside. Grab a brolly and lets get outside, the rain can make for some awesome photos - especially as the evening draws in. Anyway, its good luck to rain on your wedding day, I'll tell you why when you get in touch!
Describe how you got into photography.
I'm an army brat and grew up travelling the world and moving every 3 years so I learned from a very early age how important photo's were for memories and keeping family updated whilst abroad. I was always the kid with a camera at the end of every school year or school trip. I loved those disposable film cameras! It was recently our 20 year school reunion and most of the photos up on the wall were one's I had taken - I was secretly a bit chuffed!