THIS IS MY JAm
MY STYLE & APPROACH
I BELIEVE IN FINDING THE BEAUTY IN THE ORDINARY AND EVERYDAY.
Every wedding or portrait session I attend, no matter the size or location, I feel is a chance to capture real, honest magic.
My style is a blend of photojournalism and fine art. I love documenting all the organic, quiet little moments that show the realness of the occasion. These honest moments, complimented with some stunning artistic portraits, help tell your story.
I see weddings and portraiture as a way to create art.
I get excited about perfect spills of light & the texture of crumbling walls. I am deeply inspired by the world around me, and thrive working in nature settings.
Human connection fascinates me, which combined with my other passions – world cinema, fine art & music – shapes my style. I am constantly experimenting with my craft and enjoy creating more artful & meaningful images for my clients.
FOR ME, IT'S NOT ALWAYS ABOUT PRODUCING THE PERFECT IMAGE -
it's about CREATING SOMETHING THAT MAKES YOU *FEEL*
A frozen moment in time that reminds you of that moment, and washes over your entire body deep into your heart. ♥
My work isn’t for everyone, and I prefer it that way. I create images that speak to my soul, so they can do the same for my dream clients.
The ones who feel that not only would we make a good working team but we might also make excellent friends.
My relationship with my clients is of great importance to me, and believe their full trust is key in us creating something special together.
NATURE IS MY GREATEST INSPIRATION
Outdoor portrait sessions & ceremonies in wild, remote locations make my heart sing.
I scout out wonderfully wild locations for my clients to create breathtaking backdrops for their images. The great outdoors is where I feel most at home. My dream clients are usually the same, and don't fret about getting a bit messy - wearing any mud or gathered leaves on their outfits with pride.
I live in one of the most beautiful parts of the world, the Outer Hebrides, which is full of quiet untouched places waiting to be explored.
Most of my assignments these days take place on the Scottish Isles, or nearby highlands, but my work's taken me as far as the hinterlands of Australia and lava fields of Iceland. I spend half the year on the road, with my passport always being to hand, ready for the next adventure.