I would say I’m a very nostalgic person and this is at the core of why I love photographing weddings. I get a warm fuzzy feeling knowing that the smiles and beauty of people can be fresh, alive, and meaningful to others for years to come.
I used to be a journalist, but then realised that my creative soul needed something more. Weddings give me sore feet (haha), but a full heart - my couples are just the warmest, loveliest people, and I get to spend most weekends watching couples throw a party with their closest to celebrate their relationship.
I have been documenting the romance of weddings for the past 4 years, carving out a style that is natural, easy and artistic. I love to connect with people. My main aim on your wedding day is to make being in front of the camera a relaxed experience.
I love capturing weddings as they unfold in their purest form, seeking out those tiny details, and in-between moments, which make each wedding unique. I’m also a total sucker for love stories and wild parties, so I’m very much in my element on a wedding day!
I've always loved stories. As a little kid I remember harassing my Mum to tell me a new story every night (soz Mum). But then as I grew older and I learnt to read, my love of stories and adventure grew even stronger. Now, getting to capture amazing couples stories as they embark on one of life's biggest adventures and all their love, is a dream come true.
I’m a mother of three, and a wife to the most generous, loud talker I know. I’m a wedding and family photographer, but I really like to think of myself as a story teller. I’ve always been quite a curious person (some might say nosy), but this has come in handy, because more than anything, I’m curious about life!