My first dabble with photography was over 12 years ago (it's crazy to think it's been that long), and even then I pretty much instantly fell in love with portrait photography. Since then I have explored various areas of photography but always wanted to keep people in the shot. From fashion, to live music, now also family portraits, it gives me great joy to capture precious moments of people's lives and to do so with a natural and fun approach. 

I graduated from the University of Hull with a degree in Commercial Photography in 2014 and then spent 3 years teaching GCSE and A Level Media Studies, I loved how I had the opportunity to be able to pass on my love for creating imagery to students who were the same age as me when I first picked up a camera. I have since worked in marketing providing organisations with natural and candid imagery of their employees and customers, and now I'm here, ready to capture your gorgeous portraits.

Over the years, I realised that not everyone feels like a rock star in front of the camera (myself included). Having photographs taken can feel really uncomfortable, which is why my focus is on making sure that you feel at ease to be your authentic selves. We'll do this by transforming the session into something much more than 'just' a photoshoot and making it an experience for everyone involved. We will go for a walk in the woods, or explore the coast, so not only will you have photos to treasure for years to come but the memories to go with them. 


Get to Know me

  • I was born in Bahrain, where half of my family still lives

  • My two cats, Frodo & Dexter, are my adorable little fur-babies

  • Thailand is my favourite place to visit

  • I used to train on aerial hoop and trapeze

  • In 2019 I had open-heart surgery, I'm now fully recovered and better than ever!

  • I also love to draw, my mum and I have our own store here.

  • I'm a huge musical fan, my dream would be to watch Hamilton on stage

  • I love Disney films, my favourites are Tangled and Onward

  • I have photographed over 150 live music gigs, my favourites include The Kaiser Chiefs, Don Broco and Dodie. However, the highlight was obviously The Chuckle Brothers

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