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Trust – Free Phone Wallpapers

Hello! Here are some phone wallpapers just for you. They are sized so they should fit most phone screens. To download them right click > save as or if you are on a phone long press on the image and click 'download'. While your here, why not check out some of my other...

August Favourites

Hey guys! How are you? August has been a weird transitional month for me. But for now, I'd really like to put together a list of everything I'm loving this month - like a type of gratitude list I suppose, and a place to share with others some things that have bought...

How To Make A Contact Sheet in Photoshop and Lightroom

In analogue photography, a contact sheet was traditionally used as a quick way for people to see all the images on a roll of film. It was done by laying the negatives out on top of light-sensitive photographic paper in the darkroom, and exposing it to light so that...

My 8 Step Photography Workflow – From Planning to Finals

Establishing a photography workflow for myself both came naturally and is completely vital. It helps me to not feel overwhelmed, miss things out and produce consistently up to standard work. This is the photography workflow I would use for portrait, commercial, family...

Photo Walks & Being a Freelance Introvert

Bonjour! Hello! How are you? I was pretty sure it was Monday today - but it turns out it's actually Tuesday. 🤷🏼‍♀️ One thing they just don't tell you about working for yourself is just how much you need to actually interact with other people in order to not be...

1 Photo Edited 5 Different Ways

Oh hey there. How are you? I was browsing through youtube (as usual) and I came across a video by Jessica Kobeissi where she edited the same photo in 5 different styles. The editing/post-processing is generally one of my favourite part of my work so I wanted to jump...

Pink & Whimsical Portraits with Hannah

A few weeks ago I met up with the wonderful Hannah with the intention to do some pretty spontaneous whimsical portraits and play around with what we could do. When Hannah stepped out of the train station with bright pink hair, I knew we had to do something awesome -...

Silhouette Film Photography – Uni Work from 2011

Where It Began A notice popped up on my email saying something along the lines of 'calling for images of cages!'. Way back in university I remember photographing some beautiful vintage birdcages so I decided to dig out my old hard drive and see what I could find - and...

Surprising Books I Read and Loved in January ’19

I've thought about writing about the books I read for a little while now, and went back and forth whether or not to include it in this blog. But, you know, this blog is my place on the internet so I think it's the right place for this to go. I am a *fairly* slow...




Home For the Weekend – Dogs, Cats & Street Fairs

Hi everyone! It's getting so close to Christmas now isn't it? It's definitely time to throw on a festive jumper and dance around to some tunes on Spotify. As a photographer, something I often forget to do is photograph my own family. Part of this is because I want to...

‘Whatever After’ Film Stills – Part 1

Hello! I't been a little while since I've updated here. I've been involved in a really exciting project over the past month or two as a film stills photographer and I'm happy to be able to share with you the very first part - so here goes. In September I spent 7 days...

Synthesis

I have always felt a connection with nature and flowers, and as I get older I find myself wanting and needing to be around nature more. I love walking down to the river to feed the ducks, and days full of rain and walks outside have such a relaxing and meditative...

Filming for National Poetry Day

Over the last few weeks I've had the pleasure of coming along to some filming sessions of a creation by Jack Jewers to do some film stills photography and assisting. It's the first time I've been on a film set as oppose to a photography one, and I have to say I...

How To Review Your Own Photography

Something which I have started doing recently is taking some time after a key photoshoot to write a brief but detailed review on everything from how it went to how I want to improve. I suppose I first learned to do this while studying photography both at a level and...