I hooked up with Emma and Paul on a wild, windswept day at Druridge Bay on the Northumberland coast. I was looking for couples who were up for a laugh and willing to try out some of the crazy photography experiments I had in mind. Emma and Paul were good sports and were super patient as I brought on smoke bombs, prisms and tried a Brenizer panorama.Read More
Kyra and Kev rocked their pre-wedding shoot at Druridge Bay on the Northumberland coast, despite the fact that a storm was blowing in. We had already had to cancel more than once as the weather was atrocious, but this time we pressed ahead and were rewarded with some dramatic skies.
I love brave couples!Read More
I love working with adventurous couples like Kyra & Kev. We had to rearrange our pre-wedding photo shoot several times because of torrential rain during the summer.Read More
Life doesn't unfold in a series of ordered, rational entirely understandable events. Neither does a wedding.
My own photography is therefore not storytelling, but trying to convey mood and a range of emotions, and the sheer strangeness and craziness of any given wedding.Read More
You're on the brink of a big decision.
In one direction the path is a little more certain. It's safe. Comfortable. Boring.
In the other direction the future is unknown. It could be dangerous. It will be exciting. It will test you and you're not sure if you're up to the challenge.Read More
Their camera was stolen as they were unloading the car after the wedding. All of the photographs they had taken were lost, probably forever.Read More
Danielle and Callum were staying at a cottage at Seahouses when we scheduled our engagement photo session. Bamburgh Castle and beach were just up the coast and it was a location I had been looking for an excuse to shoot in for some time. This was the perfect opportunity!Read More
This was an epic engagement shoot, both in terms of the location and the time it took to make it happen.Read More