Fuji X Passion Feature

It’s always great to learn new things, especially when you find yourself comfortable with some habits. For me “comfortable” meant “lazy” and I don’t do “lazy”. And this has lead me to learning and converting to CaptureOne, a somewhat different mean to professional output delivery and client satisfaction. So heads up, this is gonna be technical and mostly directed at those of you who love photo editing as much as I do. 

I have recently been asked to write a feature article for Fuji X Passion on my road from using Adobe Creative Cloud suite, the established business standard I have been using for years, to the new kid on the block, Capture One Pro. And once I finally did I was up for a really great surprise and, in my mind, even better professional outcomes, which I can’t wait to deliver to my clients this year. So “Read all about it!!!” here ( if you dare). And if it helped you drop me a line. The professional community is growing and I have loved to establish some new connections and friendship through sharing these experiences.

In requiem to continuously recording memories.


Photo of me credit to a dear friend Glen McKenna. Thanks bud! 

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Allison&Callum Wedding

We all miss it. The Big thing. The excitement of the preparations, the details of the venue and company of many loved ones who gather to celebrate a special moment of love and commitment. But at the same time I must admit, I for one love micro weddings equally so! And as we approach getting back to normal, I embrace both approaches fully. 

During this Easter weekend I was privileged to photograph Allison and Callum’s very intimate and modest wedding ceremony here in Market Harborough. I loved it! The modesty of it provided focus on the love they both share and let cherish these precious moments recorded for years to come. So here’s to Allison and Callum! May Your life together blossom and love grow! Congratulations on Your Wedding! 

Hannah, Andy & Annabelle family session

Well, it has been a while since I saw Hannah and Andy when they got married and I remember vividly how fantastic and relaxed their wedding day was. Organised in Hannah parents’ garden with a brilliant cohort of family and friends. And the band! I can still hear the music:)

But that was then and this, this is now! And what better way to catch up after all these years than to witness and document another set of very special memories – the arrival of their beautiful daughter, Annabelle. I couldn’t be happier to visit them at their apartment in London where we captured these special moments of their love. 

Things are strange these days and the current status quo is far from normal. Even more so then it was great to be reminded that life and love prevails no matter what. Hannah and Andy, and now Annabelle, thank you so much again for letting me report on your feelings and new arrival. I can’t wait till I see you again in spring! :)

Jade&Ryan at Harlestone Firs

I originally posted a couple of photos from this pre-wedding photo shoot with Jade and Ryan at the Harlestone Firs with a title “Uber cool couple alert!”. This was no exaggeration. They really are something else! Open to conversations about their numerous travels and the current status quo, I found that we flew through the shoot with ease, laughter and quite a few memorable moments captured by the images which I absolutely love. When I re-discover them, just a week after the shoot and fortunately being able to complete the session before the lockdown, I feel that we’re up for quite a fun and special wedding day next year.

Jade and Ryan, you have been amazing and you absolutely shine together! I can’t wait to document your Big Day in 2021!

Pippa&James at the Foxton Locks

As we approach winter it was great to venture out to one of my favourite locations, the Foxton Locks, with a friend and her partner to document their relationship. Pippa and James are one of those couples who you instantly feel relaxed, energised and inspired to photograph because they are full of stories and experiences. They are people you know you’re praised with knowing and I can’t wait to see what their relationship grows to. And, as always, I can’t wait till our next catch up! 

A special shout out goes to Conquer, their dog who behaved himself beautifully and enriched the photos:) 

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