I am a Brighton photographer living on the outskirts of the city in East Sussex, but I grew up in Midwest, suburban America. I moved to England in 2014, and let’s just say the story of how I got from there to here began when I worked at summer camp and met a handsome Brit. The rest of the story can be chalked up to the fact that love moves in mysterious ways—and is a truly powerful force in directing our destinies.
I have been smitten with the art of picture taking since age 16 when I shameless started mulling over every aspect of photography like a love sick puppy. Within a year, I was a bona fide sidekick to a prominent wedding photographer. Though I was just a kid with a camera, I couldn’t be more thankful for this time because it laid a solid foundation for me to be the photographer I am today.
LICENCE TO SHOOT
SUSSEX AND BEYOND
I live just on the outskirts of Brighton, but I go much further afoot when possible. I yearn for opportunities to hit the roads and take to the sky for destinations near and far.
Thanks to my little blue passport and UK visa, I am able to create beautiful photographs for clients in so many beautiful locations around the world.
YOU’VE GOT QUESTIONS
I’VE GOT ANSWERS
What kind of photography do you specialise in?
How would you describe your style?
How do I hire you and book your services?
To book my services, you will need to review my contract and pay a non-refundable retainer. For portrait sessions, the retainer is the sitting fee. For weddings, the retainer fee is applied to the collection of your choice and is used to secure your date. Your remaining balance is due 6 weeks before the date of your wedding.
Where do your reside and do you travel?
Do I have to have pre-wedding or engagement photos taken if I book a wedding with you?
Do you offer photo albums and prints?
How long until I receive my photographs?
How will I get my images?
I provide online downloading as my primary method of getting you your digitals because you get the pictures the second I am finished editing, and–this is the big bonus– you don’t have to worry about technology becoming obsolete in a few years. Already computers are being produced without CD players. Remember the floppy disk? I rest my case.