As a wedding photographer I spend most of my time photographing people outside and a big part of my work is the ability to observe and control natural light. For me the challenge of a wedding day is not only putting the couple at ease but also being able to “read” the light to get the very best portraits of the couple. When it comes to portraits of a family or children, I always do these in the great outdoors as the clinical setting of a studio just leaves me cold. Outdoor portraits are natural and atmospheric and allow the photographer to continually switch backdrops or move freely without having to stop and adjust lights or blast the subject with flash light.
For a little while now I have been receiving more and more enquiries for more natural family and baby photography. This of course is very welcome, I adore photographing little people despite how challenging it can be to keep up with them! Babies keep even the most talented of photographers on their toes. It always […]
This couple are quite special to me as I have known Emma a few years as a fellow photographer and friend. Emma is the sweetest, prettiest, quirkiest, funniest woman you could ever wish to meet so I knew it would take a very special man to match her personality, Chris is definitely that man :) […]
A wonderful morning spent photographing a local family and all their Animals. I’m loving doing more portrait work and 2012 has been fantastic for bookings. Although I adore weddings I often have to think on my feet as time can be limited, plus I never like to take the bride and groom away from their […]
WOW, what an absolutely gorgeous family to photograph. Lucy Wakefield is a hugely talented artist living in North Devon. Lucy contacted me last year for some photography, and when I met the family in January, I pretty quickly realised it was going to be a job I would love doing. With January being so miserable we […]