I studied photography at the University of Wales in Cardiff and graduated in 2011. During my time at university i began photographing weddings in Worcestershire and Warwickshire where i grew up, and i have now been a professional photographer for over 5 years. Choosing to start up my own business doing what i love was one of the best decisions i have made and i have loved every minute of it. Over the years my business has grown and in 2013 i set up a studio in the lovely village of Mappleborough Green in Warwickshire. Throughout that year i had the privilege of photographing not only weddings but all kinds of photo shoots including families, kids, bumps, babies and many more. I met lots of different people, some of which i still see form time to time!

At the beginning of 2014 i relocated to Totton, Hampshire and married my husband. So i know exactly what it is like for a bride in the run up to the wedding and on the big day! Whilst living in Hampshire i have shared my time between my own photography work and working with the Photography New Forest Studio in the beautiful village of Beaulieu in the heart of the New Forest. I feel very lucky to have lived and worked in such a beautiful part of the country.

We have recently made the decision to move back home to Worcestershire and open up a photography studio. I am very excited to bring my business back to my home county, and hopefully see some familiar faces. So from February 2018 we will have some dates available for studio and location photo shoots. We will be at Studio 142 in Bromsgrove and will be announcing dates available soon on here and on our Facebook page Keep a look out for some fantastic offers on portraiture photography too!
I have been passionate about photography for many years, as a child i always found myself picking up a camera and capturing those special moments with my family and friends. Now i have grown up and turned my hobby in to a career i enjoy capturing those special moments for others. I absolutely love being able to tell a story through my camera lense.