You may remember Jas and Tani back from 2016 when we began working together. Since then we have had a proposal shoot, an engagement shoot, an engagement party and now their pre wedding parties! Not to mention the other family members who I've also had the opportunity to photograph. Its such a great pleasure having been with them through this whole journey and they are two of the loveliest, kindest people you will meet, not to mention they love a good party. So, here is my qui
As I write this blog post, I'm sat trying to get my head around the fact that I photograph people having fun. Thats literally it. Thats the biggest part of what I do. Its overly gushy, but I'm so privileged to have this job and through writing these posts and re-visiting photographs from this summers weddings, I'm overcome with gratitude and excitement for where this 'occupation' will take me next. Mush aside. I've known Ayden for a while - we used to work together in a previ
I often get asked about photographing non-wedding events, Christenings, Birthdays, engagement Shoots, newborn shoots, family shoots and the answer is yes, I do them all :) From my perspective any event that offers me an opportunity to work with people and capture something important to them, then I'm down with it. The more I photograph, the more I know what it is exactly that I am looking for - emotion and connection. For me, these are the most important things in life and th
I've just been transported through looking back at my personal photos, so much so that I've dedicated a small section on my website to them.
I am so glad I took them.
Even when I considered having a ‘day off’, I still took my camera (often my 35mm Minolta film camera). What I have now, is a visual record of places I’ve been, trips I’ve taken, parties I’ve been to. Even when there was nothing to document - just that was still worth documenting. What could have easily been