Winter Engagement Shoot, Buckinghamshire

I think sometimes people are sceptical about having shoots during the winter months because of the weather. This shoot is a prime example of how beautiful this time of year can be. We were particularly lucky with the light last week on this shoot. The low, warm hazy light gave us some soft pastel backdrops that I absolutely love. We were out for about 1.5 hrs and managed to  get a really good range of shots on what felt like a nice walk around the woods with Sarah and David. Their wedding will be my first destination wedding and I can’t wait. Roll on April 2019!

I could not recommend an engagement shoot more to couples. It’s such a great memento and it allows you to really get to know your photographer who, lets face it, is going to be with you for the majority of one of the most important days of your life! I offer complementary engagement shoots with all of my wedding bookings because of this. Here is a snapshot of their gallery…




Yoga Portfolio, Bury St Edmunds

Ying teaches yoga in Cambridge and Newmarket and was looking for some shots for her website. This was my first ever yoga shoot and I absolutely loved it! We decided to shoot outdoors as that seemed to be the best setting for the types of shots that Ying wanted to achieve (I think that’s where I work best too!) I am so happy with these images and I had such a wonderful time with Ying on our shoot.

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A beautiful (and very soggy!) family shoot- Old Felixstowe, Suffolk

Beach shoots are great whatever the weather and boy did we have some weather! It rained, it hailed, it was blustery, but we were lucky enough to have a few glimpses of beautiful sunshine.  Despite this the Gosden family were fantastic! We had such a great time and really made the most of what we had while popping in and out of the much appreciated cafe. Old Felixstowe is such a great location, giving many different backdrops and opportunities for a good range of shots. Here is a cracking example of how documentary photography can capture whole families without feeling posed, placed or having to feel like you have your best photo face on all the time. Thank you to the Gosdens for allowing me to share these!


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An autumnal portrait shoot- Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

I had taken some portraits of Keavy for her portfolio back in January. It was our first shoot together and we managed to get some wonderful shots in just 45 minutes – Keavy is such a natural and she makes my job very easy indeed! Since then she has had some really great jobs through her casting agency that I just can’t wait to see. She has grown and changed so much in the few months since her first shoot it was time to update her portfolio and I jumped at the chance. We had a fantastic time in Nowton Park and were lucky enough to shoot with the autumn light in the late afternoon. There are so many images in the set that I love but here is just a selection – enjoy!



A first birthday shoot – Shenfield, Essex

I couldn’t wait to share this shoot! I was asked by the parents of the very beautiful Alex to come along and take some photos just before her first birthday. I absolutely love the range of different images we managed to get in and around their family home. Here is a small selection of my favourite images.




A late summer’s Christening, Linton, Cambridgeshire

I had the pleasure of documenting baby Endeavour’s christening in late September on a beautifully sunny late summer’s afternoon . He looked almost royal in his gorgeous gown, previously worn by his older brother Lander for his christening. After the ceremony we made the most of the warm afternoon light in the church and then went on to the party.  This not only marked the special occasion but also celebrated Endeavour’s first birthday and his brother Lander’s fourth birthday. What a special day!

Here’s a small selection of some of my favourites…



Copdock Hall, Suffolk

Back in July I had the opportunity to shoot at the wonderful Copdock Hall for a fashion article in the AW17 edition on Suffolk Ceremony magazine. It was a pleasure to work with such a talented group of suppliers, all based in Suffolk.

For me the main objective of the shoot was to ensure that everyone that contributed had their work showcased. When Amanda, the editor of Suffolk Ceremony Magazine and I first met at Copdock Hall we knew we wanted to achieve a fashion shoot that would enable prospective brides to see the flexibility in the spaces the Hall offers. I think too often we associate particular types of venues with particular styles of weddings – this is something we wanted to challenge. The decision to broadly follow the theme of glamour allowed us to shoot several different looks with very different feels to them.I just love the range of images I captured here at Copdock.

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All Saints Hotel, Fornham St Genevive

Back in June I had the privilege of working over at the newly refurbished All Saints Hotel in Fornham St Genevieve near Bury St Edmunds. The setting and location of the venue is so beautiful with the golf course, sweeping romantic willows and fairy tale bridges crossing streams. The styling of the interior spaces available for weddings and events is just stunning. It is such a pleasure to visit and is always made even better by the absolutely fabulous All Saints team. If you have not already sourced your venue you need to head over and check it out!

A full list of suppliers can be found following the image gallery.


Amazing suppliers:

House of Snow – Bridal Boutique:

Heidi Appleyard – Floral Design:

Stacie Goodwin – Hair styling:

Stacey Arnold – Make- Up Artist:

Vanilla Cake Design:

The Vintage Party Co. :

Models: Harriet Bevan and James Pringle