What is your most memorable wedding?
fun, fresh, adventurous, creative, romantic
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Email me with your plans
I meet you (via Skype or Technology or some sort or old fashioned blind date fashion in a coffee shop!)
Talk about how awesome your wedding will be and what you envision on the day
Stay in touch via Insta, FB and emails
Pre wedding shoot (if you want one)
Continuous emails through the process to make sure I am up to date with your wedding plans
Shoot your wedding
Sneak peak or two or eight!
Deliver wedding pictures
Deliver album (if having)
Stay in touch forever (you may need me later on in life!)
What about your business are you most proud of?
Head of the Queen's guards. A sea of red uniform who loved to P-A-R-T-Y
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
A view that has been passed down through the generations used. It has change shape and style over the years but it was to the point the bride had a piece of the lace made into a tie for her bouquet. I love sentiment (I told you I was a romantic at heart!)
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
The 1:1 service I give to my clients. Each couple is unique and every wedding I photograph is special, so I work hard to achieve a look that shows off your wedding as you envision it. I only shoot a select set of weddings every year because my clients are that important to me.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
A pair of Welly boots, umbrella and a positive attitude. Don't let the rain get you down! It's part of your wedding story. It may not feel "magical" on the day, but believe me, when you sit down to look through your pictures with your children some day, how wonderful it'll be to say "and it rained cats and dogs all day, but that just made it more magical.... and I got a wonderful pair of welly's out of it!" Just get wet!!! I have had couples dance in the middle of a hurricane, and it was an awesome picture and they laughed... oh how they laughed because it was magical!
I have had couples standing with their horses in muddy fields with colourful umbrellas... the brides shoes now black but it didn't matter... because it was part of their day... Embrace it and don't let it get you down. We can make magic in the rain (or hide in doorways!)
What is the No. 1 photo that you think every couple should take?
6 guys naked in the shower with a sign - BEST photo ever and so much fun... we all kept it a secret from the girls all day (Groom was SO nervous about the day I suggested they get naked in the shower - didn't expect them to do it... don't worry - I didn't see anything I shouldn't have seen)
What is the most original photo you’ve been asked to take at a wedding?
One picture with your parents. Things change. People change, but one picture that is always one that people say "I wish I had that" is one with your parents.
What do you recommend for a rainy day wedding?
I have always loved photography and my dad used to be a photographer. I used to look at the pictures on our walls where I grew up and say "I'm going to do that one day". Now I have my own pictures on my walls and say "Now I do this!"
Describe how you got into photography.
Take time to enjoy the planning. Your wedding day will fly by... so soak it up. Love every moment and most importantly don't skimp on your photography. It is the only thing you have left to show for your day when the dress is ruined, the venue is gone and the cake eaten. Love your day. and BIGGEST ONE - Break in your wedding shoes BEFORE the day (you will love me forever for telling you this!)