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    Live every moment, laugh everyday, love beyond words.. I try to do all three often. I love new adventures and getting lost in a place unexplored. I have the best job in the world because I also capture these moments through photographs. Photographic memories of the things you love and the things you never want to forget - beautiful moments.

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KOH LIPE CASTAWAY RESORT PHOTOSHOOT: FATIMA BAKARE

I LOVE photographing abroad. I love photographing generally, but there’s something about being abroad and being

Central Mosque Rochdale Wedding: Aaisha + Mohammed

Lovely Aaisha, the bride-to-be contacted me though my website, following a recommendation from her friend, whose

TRAVELS: OKINAWA | JAPAN

How do you imagine Japan? For me, I imagine the city, I imagine Tokyo, the hustle and bustle. If I imagine a little

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2018 | LMDES

In December I blogged about my time photographing the first ever LMDES Getaway in Javea, Spain. The luxury retreat is

Manchester Castlefield Portrait: Emilia

I met Emilia through Instagram. She slid into my DM’s with a friendly hello asking if I would like to collaborate

OXFAM ORIGINALS MANCHESTER PHOTOSHOOT

If you have every been to England and hit the high street, the chances are, that at some point you will have stumbled

KOH LIPE CASTAWAY RESORT PHOTOSHOOT: SAFRANA

I can’t remember exactly how long I have been friends with Safrana, it’s hard to remember a time when I

LMDES GETAWAY

I first came across Las Morenas De España (LMDES) a few years back on Instagram, I’m not sure exactly of the

TRAVELS: TOKYO, JAPAN

I didn’t realise how popular Japan was until I posted on Instagram mentioning that Japan would be my

KIND WORDS

“You truly have the ability to capture those priceless moments, more so you reveal the little magic that the people you take can feel but couldn’t catch or reproduce. In your pictures you reveal the beauty of people getting married, each so uniquely. I can’t see a standard method applied to all instead I see unique captionsthat embody all the attentions brought by the people attending. That it may be a shot of the cup of teas chosen specifically for the day, or a little frame carefully placed on a table or again a focus on a child’s face taking in the ceremony with a naive wonder. These shots show the making of the day; combined with clever compositions and unusual crops the results are truly touching, natural and vibrant”. – Stephanie & Chris