This is me in Iceland, feeling very cold. I thought I'd share something a little different to the usual headshots!


Above all, I love to laugh, so people tend to be natural and relaxed around me. We have fun, no matter what.

I’m based in Warrington, Cheshire, but I travel country, nation and world wide for weddings.. so if you’re not in Cheshire, Manchester or Yorkshire, you should still get in touch so I can provide you with a quote.

Great question.

For me the unusual mix of creative, technical and emotional really interests me. Over a decade later, I’m still hooked!

I think winning National Photographer of the Year with the Guild of Photographers.

It’s actually a lens – the Sigma 50mm 1.4.

I was one of the first UK photographers to start using a “fast 50mm” at weddings and I loved the photos I was producing immediately. That hasn’t changed.

Outside of being able to use a camera well, I’d say being able to read situations very quickly.

I spent a lot of time looking very closely at faces when doing beauty photography and I learned all of the little changes in muscles which show peoples feelings. Now, I’m very in tune with this at a wedding.

Now that’s a hard question.

Maybe Morocco because it has such a unique style. Or Iceland because I love the landscapes there.

The groom managed to get his own name wrong in the ceremony! He had a couple of middle names and got muddled.

These kinds of things worry brides and grooms, but in reality it just makes everyone laugh and lifts the atmosphere … so don’t worry!

When I was much younger, I loved Action Man. As I got a little older, Lego was the thing.

But the present which I loved the most was a blue and yellow Raleigh BMX. I was obsessed with it!

Yes, I do. It’s Professor Brian Cox.

I’m a bit of an amateur scientist and I love what he’s done for bringing science to the masses.

This is going to be tough.. but I’ll give it a go. In no particular order:

  • Goodfellas
  • City of God
  • Good Will Hunting
  • The Wolf of Wall Street
  • The Bourne Trilogy (not quite one film, I know)

It’s a tough one .. but probably Fly Me To The Moon by Frank Sinatra.

Well, actually neither. I’m sorry I know it’s not very British of me!

If I’m pushed, it would be a peppermint tea. But that’s as close as I get to either.

I’ve been all over the world .. but I think the beaches of the Philippines.


It would be lovely to hear about how you’re planning to celebrate your marriage, so please get in touch.