THE WAY YOU ARE
You Are Beauty
Always in search of a creative outlet, from painting and sculpting through to my work as a photographer, my late Grandmother used to say of me as a child, “She was born with a pencil in her hand!”. Fresh paper and a dimpled beer glass (remember those?) of coloured pencils were always laid out ready for me when we visited.
After messing around with film cameras for years I bought my first DSLR in 2007 and started taking photos of everything and everyone…no one was spared.
Trapped in an office job and shooting evenings and weekends, it was 2014 before I could leave and become a full time photographer. It was about then I discovered my super power was making babies sleep and children giggle creating the relaxed and emotive style of photography I love and quickly became known for.
My journey over the last decade has been entirely focused on learning how to take the feeling of a moment, an adventure and turn it into something tangible. To take light and emotion and bring them together to create something truly unique for my clients, something that is as far away as possible from posed images of their family and to give women a moment to shine, to be themselves.
When I’m not tickling children or soothing babies, I’m Mum to my three children, Ryan, Emily and Liv, Step-Mum to Charlie and Grannie JoJo to Step-Grandson Flynn. Families, our journeys are complicated, chaotic and beautiful. Don’t miss this moment.
FROM THE BLOG
Preparing for one of my summer family outdoor photography sessions can be so much fun. Getting fully invested in your session and the planning process will ultimately give you a gallery of photographs that leave you speechless. To have photos of your family that you...
Having my Surrey newborn studio available for new parents for their photography session is proving waaaay more popular than I could ever have imagined! The joy of having a cosy warm studio is two fold. Firstly clients love it because they can arrive with their new...
Shooting around the weather is particularly poignant at the moment, we have had weeks of rain after a glorious burst of late summer and I can see the sprits of family photographers throughout the UK not just dampen but get washed away in the seemingly constant...