As you can hopefully see here in this portfolio, the majority of my work draws from contemporary photography and classic movies.
Music and art play their part too. I've definitely obsessed over certain albums - sometimes for years at a time. And every now and then an exhibition blows my mind that multiple trips back to the gallery are required.
Ultimately though, it's the quirky, loving, unique connections that we have with each other that fascinate me the most, and a wedding is the perfect occasion to document them.
While I will never tire of photographing the big, marquee moments - the vows, confetti, couple portraits, speeches, group shots, first dance, etc. What I really love - is the challenge of making images that are less obviously "wedding photos"
It's all about these "scenes in between". The moments right before or after. They're fleeting but all the more important for it: A stray tear during your dad's speech, seeing an old friend for the first time in a while, or even the way your partner unconsciously plays with their new wedding band. I honestly love nothing more than looking for these kinds of honest, unstaged moments. There's a beautiful truth to them and it's gold dust to a photographer.
There are a few of my favourites here in this gallery and hopefully, they'll resonate with you too. These small - but never inconsequential - details of a wedding, are always documented in an interesting and meaningful way.