Hello, thanks for stopping by.
This is me, surrounded by my biggest weakness.......shoes, I love them and I am also rather fond of chocolate, coffee, music and Doris Day films too. I live in a small town called Ramsey near Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire with my husband and three children. I wake up to glorious sunrises, spectacular sunsets and I am only moments away from fabulous walks in the countryside
I've always been artistic and now I've found the medium that I love. A photograph can tell a story and can capture a memory to last forever. I love being behind the camera and making memories for you all.
It's a privilege to be able to share my passion with you. I want you to enjoy the whole experience from first email, your photo session and then receiving your gorgeous wall art and prints.
I am a member of the Society of Wedding & Portrait Photographers and also Qualified with the Guild of Photographers. In 2013 I gained my first Qualification with the Guild and also received a Top Ten award and a prestigious Photographers Bar award. At the beginning of 2016 i received Qualified status with the Guild in Wedding Photography. 2014 and 2015 I was a regional finalist for the East of England The Wedding Industry Award. Nominated and voted for by my couples during the year. I was overwhelmed and very humbled by all their kind words. It's not just wedding photography that i love, you can see my family work here too.
Finally I am extremely proud to be affiliated with Butterfly Wishes Network charity providing photographs for families of children with life limiting illnesses. The Butterfly Wishes Network is a not-for-profit organisation made up of UK-based professional photographers who would like to offer their services free of charge to families of children with life-shortening conditions. Want to know more? Then please contact me or BWN directly.
This year I have become a volunteer photographer with Remember My Baby. A UK based registered charity who have professional photographers volunteering their photography services for the benefit of UK parents losing their baby before, during or shortly after birth.