I can tell you that photography is in my blood. My grandfather became a photographer after he returned from the war and as a young girl, my mother worked in his darkroom. She went on to become a beautiful painter and taught me from a very early age all about composition and light. Always talking about the light.
She would often say, “isn’t the light so lovely over there?” and over time, I saw what she saw. The way light falls, the softness, the shadows. I saw how she liked to position things together to make up a story.
So from the very beginning, it’s almost like I had no choice on which path I would take. I saw the good light that mum kept telling me about, I saw the compositions and then started turning them into stories.
So for the past 10 years, I have adored travelling all over the world, telling stories about love and family, connection and romance. I split my style between a photojournalistic approach during the ceremony and reception and then when ‘portrait time’ comes along, I look for beautiful light to put you in and seek to create some truly romantic images.