We travel when we can – we were lucky enough to spend our honeymoon in Cuba, which is easily the most amazing place I’ve ever been to.
Since Reuben arrived, we take our holidays in a different way – perhaps a little simpler, but it’s great to explore places together, and see things the way he sees them.
We spend a lot of time down on the Isle Of Wight, visiting family. It’s one of our favourite destinations, and I’d love to shoot a wedding there one day.
One place we’ll always go back to is Almanjar’s on Guardamar Beach, Alicante. It’s a crazy-looking place, with incredible paella and chopitos, and gins as big as your head.
Developing my wedding photography style
I just want to be the best photographer I can be – and one that’s affordable for the majority of people, too. I love strong composition, using symmetry and leading lines to frame your wedding portraits and formals.
I spent a long time learning from the best wedding photographers. I watched them work, and saw the images that came from it. I learned how to be involved in a wedding – but not too involved.
Couples portraits without the fuss
For your portraits, these normally take an hour in total, but I’ll spread that hour across the day, so you don’t miss that quality time with each other and your guests. You get a different light and feel to each set of images too. The evening portraits allow me to use more creative lighting techniques like off-camera flash, so we can really capture a little bit of magic for your signature portrait.