Image by Greg Funnell

My love of photography goes back to my earliest childhood years in the South of France, when I would watch my dad develop and print pictures of mountains and landscapes. My four year old self could just about peer into the tray as the image appeared, fuzzy at first but then increasing in clarity. The alchemy, the smell of the fixer, the hours of solitude – it all combined to create a visceral experience that I have never forgotten, and I have been fascinated by the medium ever since.

I have photographed weddings professionally for 12 years and feel so lucky to truly love my job. It has enabled me to meet people from so many different backgrounds – some of whom have become good friends – and I count it a true privilege to play such a key role in one of the most important days of someone’s life.  I’m predominantly a London wedding photographer, but I also shoot weddings throughout Kent, Sussex and abroad.  I love to photograph weddings at Claridge’s, MC Motors, Brympton House and The George in Rye.  I also regularly train new photographers for The Trained Eye, a training school in Buckinghamshire.

As well as making pictures, I love great cinema and books, writing, design, architecture and great conversation. Living a full and happy life is very important to me.

I am also a published author with Penguin. You can read more about my debut novel Another Life here.

Although I love to travel, I live in a rural Kent village with my husband, my cat Annie Hall, and my three sons, Roman, Remy & Val. They are the light of my life.