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I first met these two when they brought their beautiful little lady to my studio when she was just a few weeks old. The session went soooooo well, they asked me to be their wedding photographer!! Yippee!! Fast forward what feels like yesterday but was over a year…..to a couple of weeks ago and there […]

So while I sit waiting for galleries to upload and album layouts to compress I realised that I have yet to share with you beautiful lot the images I shot way back at the beginning of the year for Abbey Housealong side some amazing industry suppliers! These images have been featured in Cheshire Life Magazine […]

I have had the great pleasure of knowing Victoria for many years now after first meeting her at University during a project trip to Africa in 2010. I then had the pleasure of getting to know her more when we both returned to Africa on a second trip for a different project in 2011 and […]

Being a Wedding Photographer, Cragwood Manor is like a scenic paradise.  The Lake District, especially Lake Windermere, is like a second home to me so when I get a chance to go up and shoot, particularly a wedding, it makes me oh so happy. When I met Amy and Mark way back when, I almost […]

Technology is a fabulous (albeit addictive) addition to the recording of modern life. The ability to record, photograph and share our special family moments is ready at our finger tips. The problem is it stops us from actually being present at those occasions. We are seeing life through a 5-10 inch screen when really we […]

A few weeks ago I headed up toward my most favourite part of the country to photograph the wonderfully friendly couple that is Jo and Tom on their wedding day at Askham Hall! This venue is relatively new when it comes to holding weddings so I was so happy and honoured when Jo asked me […]

This post is something I would like to share. It’s the story of how I came to find photography. Growing up I was a very active teen enjoying different hobbies like dance, horse riding, ice skating and trampolining. This way of life was what I lived for, especially when it was a way of socialising […]