It started with man, wife and a dog.
Our story is a very simple one...we met, fell in love with each other and a dog named Alfred. Alfred was a rescue dog who was abandoned and given six months to live however he came to live with us and brought joy to our lives for three fantastic years before he sadly went to doggie heaven. Out of a passion for taking photos of him, came a passion for taking photos of you.
So, what else do I like to do when I'm not wielding a camera?! Well, I LOVE Harry Potter, probably more than a 34 year old woman should. I love all animals - whenever I get asked if I am a cat or dog person I get confused - ahem BOTH - how could you even choose! I would have ALL the animals living at my house if I could.
I am a HUGE travel junkie. I've travelled all my life, I visited Thailand for the first time when I was 13 and fell in love with Bangkok and the country in general. I have been back 8 times since - it's changed a lot in that time. I have also visited Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Australia, Mauritius, Cambodia, Dubai and lots of Europe, so often end up giving my wedding clients honeymoon advice. I got married in Italy and to this day it still continues to be one of my favourite places along with Thailand and my where I wish I could buy a second home - Ibiza. Next on my wish list (although now with a child!): Croatia, Vietnam, Kerala and India in general, Canada, Bali and I would love to take my little one to Australia and New Zealand.
I love beautiful flowers, both bought and grown in my own garden, my two cats Mylo and Zappa, music (you'll catch me on the dance floor at your wedding singing away) and lastly my other loves ( I better mention them) my Husband Nick and baby boy Rupert (see cute face below!)
I'm based in Clitheroe, but have photographed weddings in the Lake District, all over Lancashire, Darlington, Derbyshire and Istanbul! So no matter where you are getting married get in touch!
Now you know far too much about me, I'd love to hear from you! Drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 07702 333 830 for a friendly chat.