My surname is utterly ridiculous and far too long.
I’m an ex ski-bum turned wedding photographer.
I was born in Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk, England. In 2008 I packed my bags and travelled to Austria to work my first ski season. I fell in love with the mountains and travelled the world as a ski and snowboard instructor, working in Austria, Australia and New Zealand. In 2010 I met a very handsome Dutch ski instructor called Menno and in 2014 we tied the knot in Austria where we now live with our two house rabbits Fozzy and Bella (also known as Foozles and Binkles).
I’m based in Innsbruck Austria, but I cover weddings in the UK and across Europe. When I’m not out taking photos you’ll usually find me up a mountain skiing, snowboarding, climbing via ferrata routes or hiking. I dream of being a world explorer, climbing Mount Kilamanjaro and skiing on every continent. On days when I’m working from home, you’ll probably find me sitting at my desk in penguin leggings and an oversized hoody! I’m a gluten free vegetarian with a weakness for a great Indian takeaway.
I’ve always loved travel photography. My love of wedding photography crept up on me after our Austrian wedding in 2014, so I decided to turn my passion in to my job. I think being married is awesome and I love capturing the joy of two people who are promising to spend their lives together.
And in case you were wondering, I do speak German too. Just please forgive all of my grammatical errors.
I’m not a girly girl. I’m a ski bum at heart. My inspiration comes more from the pages of National Geographic than Vogue. I’m less interested in taking perfectly styled photographs of your wedding rings and more interested in capturing the people and the emotions.
I like to keep things natural and relaxed. That means no stiff posing and using natural light as much as possible instead of bright distracting flashes.
If you think I’d be the right person to photograph your wedding, drop me an email and we can arrange to Skype or meet for a cup of tea if you are local.
Just as you probably don’t care what oven they use in your favourite restaurant, and I don’t believe what equipment I use is that important. However, if you are curious, you can find the link HERE