I'm self taught. I'm 34 and I live just outside York. I'm a country girl. My ears are tiny. I'm a book cover photographer, I've had my work published on covers in over 10 countries around the world so far ( I'm dog mad, I want all the dogs. I used to work at Emmerdale. I co-run a vintage clothing website with my awesome mum - I love science & space. My uncle won 15 to 1. Grey's Anatomy & The Walking Dead RULE OK. I also used to work at MTV and I love shooting bands & gigs, even though I don't get to do it much anymore. I love movies. I don't believe in salad, it's a lot of effort for no return. I shoot other things like events, food & lifestyle. Aldi do a well nice chocolate fruit & nut bar... that's not about me, that's just something I thought you might want to know.

I have a wedding photography bucket list, check it out!


★ You're pretty laid back. No bride or groom-zillas up in here. Ain't nobody got time for dat.

★ You laugh together. A lot. 

★ Your wedding could be described using at least one of these words...

Fun, relaxed, creative, outdoorsy, awesome, colourful, unique.

★ You're super in love, and want to celebrate that with an awesome party which will probably involve a lot of beer.

★ You're far more into the people you love and the memories you make with them than you are with stuff.

★ One or both of you suffers from chronic Chandler Face. The thought of having to recreate a Nicholas Sparks book cover on your wedding day makes you slowly back away into a hedge, but you want some cracking portraits you can treasure forever. You don't want to gaze into either the distance or each other's eyes for ten minutes straight but you're not afraid of a kiss & a cuddle.

★ You want a wedding photographer who can fit in like a guest & chat to your drunk great auntie.

★ You don't want airbrushed, posed images. You wanna keep it real.

★ You're cool with the fact that if you pull a funny face, the wind won't change but I'll probably take a photo of it.

★ You want your photos to be a surprise, with lots of cracking up or welling up when you look through them.