I set myself the goal of shooting more personal work last year but between my paid work, two young children, being seriously ill and…life, it didn’t happen. I’m determined that 2019 won’t be the same story.Read More
Angela and Dave joined me at Tynemouth Priory the coast just outside of Newcastle for their pre-wedding session. The air was crisp as the sun started to go down and we hoped for an interesting sunset.Read More
Most people, male and female, don’t like having their photograph taken. They certainly don’t like looking at the photographs in detail after they have been taken. This can lead to long delays when choosing which photographs to put in albums or made into wall art. Sometimes it can even result in an email from the couple who are unhappy with their photographs.Read More
Creating this blog a few months after the wedding allowed me to go back over the photos and see what I captured, what I created.
I see photos with true meaning; candid, fleeting, real moments. Moments full of emotion, feeling or just plain fun. And of course we finished off the day with some glorious night portraits.Read More
The tagline for my this website is alternative wedding photography for adventurous and creative people.
Until now, the adjectives adventurous and creative were words I ascribed to other people; qualities that I aspired to. They were things that other people had and that I wanted.Read More
It’s impossible to really know what a wedding is going to be like before the day kicks off. You can get a feel from the couple and a sense of the style of wedding they’re planning and hoping for, but until the day it’s all speculation and ideas. On the day, though, it quickly became clear that this was going to be a kick ass wedding!Read More
Sneaking away for couples portraits doesn’t have to mean stiff poses and awkward smiles. I’m more than happy for couples to go off and do their own thing, with me capturing the moment as it unfolds naturally.Read More