“When it came to choosing a wedding photographer I knew what I didn't want-cheesy pictures, lots of portrait style and rigid poses..I knew I wanted true, honest moments.” - Izzy & RobRead More
Put your hand up if you love having your photograph taken. Anybody? Anyone?
Didn’t think so.
It’s going to happen on your wedding day, though. But don’t worry.Read More
Some days it feels like I’m making slow progress in my business and that I’ll never make my ultimate goal. Then something happens to make me look back and see just how far I’ve come.
It’s my nature I guess - I tend to live more in the present and look to the future than live in the past. It’s important to stop and reflect now and again, though.Read More
Here’s my personal take on using the X-Pro2 as a wedding camera.
The pros, the cons and how I configure the camera.Read More
The brief I set myself for this street shooting session was to forget about subject matter and just look for light, shadows and colour. I wanted to strip my photography right back to the basics and rebuild it from the ground up.Read More
“We wanted the wedding at The Parlour at Blagdon to feel comfortable, welcoming and real. No pretention or falseness. Just us and our closest family and friends. Oh, and a shit load of fairy lights!” - Angela & DaveRead More
I photographed Noor and Callum’s wedding at The Alnwick Garden in Northumberland last year but I photographed their engagement session after the wedding.
Both Noor and Callum have hectic schedules and live outside of Newcastle, so trying to find a time to shoot when they were both free, and in the North East, while I was available was tricky. After pencilling in a few dates that we subsequently had to cancel we simply ran out of time to squeeze in the session before their wedding.
Undeterred we booked in a post-wedding session this January.Read More
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