Creative Modern London Wedding Photography
I am like a walking curiosity box, always on the look out to find and hold onto new things. A typical scene would be me, wandering with my head stuck in a book, headphones on and camera in hand, seeking out inspiration, moments to capture and adventures to be had.
For me, photography isn’t just about a pretty picture, it’s the memories it can conjure, the stories asking to be told. It’s a way for me to show people how I see the world and the story I want to tell, and all those forgotten moments that come flooding back at just the glance of a photo.
How I work
Weddings, portrait shoots or family sessions – my approach is the same; I want to walk in your shoes, tell your story and capture the all the special little moments. The most important thing is that I get to know what you love; the craziest adventures you’ve had, books you’ve read that made you shout out loud in public, gigs that you are still talking about and places you are more than a little obsessed with. It’s through getting to know you and sharing your stories (the more curious the better) that I become a friend and can capture the next chapter of your adventure as someone who really gets you.
What I do
Do you remember looking back through a family album, mesmerised by the photos, asking your parents about the images in front of you, memories and moments flooding back to life?
These aren’t the big moments in a persons life, they’re probably not the moments you’ll tell your kids about and they aren’t the stories you will tell when you hang out with your friends. These are the little things that cumulate and make a person who they really are, the things that make two people a couple, and these are the things that lead up to life’s big events.
When I got my first camera I started to document life, capture the moments happening around me.
I started to see the little things about a person, the way their face gave way to laughter, they way they held their coffee mug, the way a couple would hold hands and a head would rest on a shoulder.
This is the only way I know how to shoot.
It is the way I see the world.
The little moments.
The little things that make two people best friends.
The little things that make two people fall in love.
When I rummage through my box of photos, those little moments I’ve captured transport me back to another time and place. Those photographs flood me with memories of laughter and friendships, late nights, early mornings, trips to new places and happy chaos. That is what I hope I capture for every person I photograph.. your character is hidden in these little things.