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Photo Walks & Being a Freelance Introvert

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...

Pink & Whimsical Portraits with Hannah

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

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...

Feelin’ Festive

Feelin’ Festive

The run up to Christmas is one of my favourite times of the year, but last year, I started it way too early. I was looking for signs of Christmas in September, was thrilled by the odd bit of tinsel in October, decorated for Christmas early November and by the time...

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

Hello and happy belated Halloween! A friend of mine very kindly got me this huge amazing pumpkin from her family's patch and I needed to do something with it this Halloween. This was pretty fun to make and upload. Halloween isn't usually my thing - I love all the cute...

New Lens + Kit Upgrade

New Lens + Kit Upgrade

Looking at my well-used and 6 year old Canon 6D with a cracked screen and missing the odd dial or two, I realised it was probably the right time to look into updating my photography kit. I always thought that doing so would be completely impossible with my finances,...

‘Whatever After’ Film Stills – Part 1

‘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

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...

Bonding with Birds – Birdworld Surrey

Bonding with Birds – Birdworld Surrey

Bonding with Birds... like a Gilderoy Lockhart novel... get it? Last week my mum took Jack and I out to Birdworld Surrey in Farnham. Now, this was quite a bit deal. Having lived in the area since university in 2011, I have been wanting to go to Birdworld so badly but...

Switch Off

Switch Off

This image was one of those that just flashed into my mind one day and I had to make it because I couldn't stop thinking about it. For me it represents those tough days of depression or anxiety where you're stuck in negative thought cycles and wish you could step...

Windy Day

Windy Day

I have re-discovered a few things: - How much I love conceptual self portraits. -  My bike which has been on a permanent sleep over at my in-laws for the last year (thank you for looking after it!) Something I love about photography is how much you can take a prop or...

Filming for National Poetry Day

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...

Ajiana

Ajiana

What I tried to convey through these photos was strength but with a soft and kind heart. The mixture of resolute power in her confident stare at the viewer but also with soft feminine elements to show how harmoniously the two can mix. Working with Ajiana was an...

Melissa

Melissa

Last summer (remember summer? ?) there was a really odd day. Now excuse me for being all British and talking about the weather, but to be honest that is the main thing I remember about that day. It was a storm like I havn't seen in a few years - torrential rain...