Hello, I am a freelance photographer based in the glorious countryside that is Dartmoor, Devon. Taking advantage of my surroundings, utilising natural light throughout my work, capturing genuine poses, feelings and emotions; capturing the essence of a person or a place is important to me - after all, I’m telling your story. I capture natural raw moments, I am not one to compose and create poses, I'm for the moment.
I love photography (if you hadn't guessed that already), traversing, adventures, exploring new places basically anything that takes me outside. I have a massive soft spot for dogs and my cat Mia. Of course, my camera is always with me wherever I go…I can not leave home without it. Ever since I held and used my first camera I was hooked, I never looked back, I never stopped thinking about photography. I've know from about the age of 7 I was meant to be a photographer.
I hope you enjoy looking through my work and getting to know more about me. For any enquiries you have, please don’t hesitate to contact me!
My photographic style
I like to take a laid back approach within my photography. At wedding I will stay in the background and capture all those unexpected moments, as well as taking the all-important group shots and family portraits. When photographing children, couples or general portraits I ask to go to a location that is special to you, somewhere you can relax and be yourself. The best pictures are not forced but natural and show the real you.
I work with Canon cameras mainly, in digital format as well as more traditional film. Although at present I work mainly in digital especially when shooting landscapes, I am able to offer both when doing weddings and portrait shoots.
My aim within all my work is to produce high-quality beautiful timeless photographs that you will love.
Why I became a photographer
My love for photography started at a young age and was mostly nurtured by my Granddad. He was a strong role model to me, with a passion for photography himself, and without his guidance and support I would never have come close to being the photographer that I am today.
At 7 years old he taught me how to use my first camera, an Olympus film SLR and I would get my little sister to pose in front of the camera so I could practise and practise.
As my photographic style has progressed over the years the ability to capture a single moment forever, whether it’s be a place, a person or an occasion has fascinated me.