Oh Lucy, the photos are SO SO SO SO WONDERFUL!
They make me so happy and you capture everyone and every little detail so WELL.

You are A GODDESS!



about me

Sadly I’m not a Goddess… but I am a Documentary Photographer based near Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolk, with over 14 years of professional experience photographing people, parties & products. 

I studied photojournalism and documentary photography in London and New York and  bring a storytelling style to everything I do. 

Whether that’s on your wedding day creatively capturing the key moments and everything in between. 

Or spending time documenting your family to give you images of you all together that will stay with you forever and keep those moments alive even as lives moves on. 

Or providing you and your business with images to help you show up and tell the story of what you do for others to see with lifestyle, branding & product photography, as I have done for John Lewis, Selfridges, The Boule In, Teapigs, Lululemon and more.

Before delving into the world of photography, I worked in TV & Commercials, as a Producer specialising in Comedy & Entertainment shows.  Why am I telling you this?  Because I like to laugh – and bring a sense of humour to what I do.  I’m not very good at being too serious, so if you’re after a photographer who isn’t just a little bit silly, then this is the time to shut me down! 

I continue to work as a Casting Director – casting real people in adverts & a Location Manager sourcing locations for filming & photography.  I bring the way I work with people through casting to my photography helping you be relaxed and  totally yourself in front of the camera. And if we ever run out of ideas for locations, I have a few of those up my sleeve too! 

Other than that – I have 2 dogs, 2 cats, a delicious husband and a garden that take a lot of gardening – and that’s plenty about me. 

I’d much prefer to hear about you… so if you have a story you’d like me to tell, then please GET IN TOUCH and we can go from there! And make sure you’re happy with my work first by following any of the following links that might tickle your fancy…

A good photo keeps a moment from running away