We have so much to talk about, you and I. There's the plans for your wedding for a start. I bet your venue is one of the best in the country, am I right? And I know that you would like to know me a little better if we're going to be wedding pals!


began my wedding photography business over 20 years ago. But I haven't always been a wedding photographer. In my previous life I've been a seamstress, a risk assessor, an accounts manager, a pub chef and I have a 2:1 (BSc) honours degree in Computing Science. I know what you're thinking, I don't look old enough do I.

These days when I'm not shooting or editing, I'm working on our money pit of a house. That's why I usually smell of turps (It's underrated if you ask me). I keep telling myself it'll be lovely one day.

I love Indian food, I'm a massive film fan and I'll watch repeats of Midsomer Murders all day long if I'm editing.

By far the best holiday that I ever had was a couple of years ago when Russ & I drove down the Pacific Coast Highway, the west coast of America over a couple of weeks. We drove from San Fransisco to Los Angeles (stopping in Las Vegas for a few nights). Oh god, I could go on about this holiday to you for hours but I won't. If you want to hear more then I'd be happy to tell you about it for hours on end. It was the only holiday that I've even been on that I didn't want to come back home from. D'you know what I mean? I will never forget how incredible The Joshua Tree National Park was. If you ever get the chance to go you most definitely should.

This is the money pit I mentioned earlier. The reason why I always look like I work on a building site. I don't work on one, I live in one. We are nowhere near finishing the renovation of it, but it's getting there. I have an insta account especially for it if you like that kind of thing. It's @the_money_pit_reno