I am a London-based photographer, specialising in documentary style family, baby, maternity and wedding photography. I focus on capturing real moments as they happen and helping people feel relaxed and natural in front of my camera.
Telling stories has always been a great passion of mine. My biggest dream as a young girl was that to become a writer - I was always writing stories, looking for inspiration, listening to people and asking millions of questions (my dad used to find that really annoying).
I guess this is how I ended up building a career in TV. I have been working in the TV industry for more than 10 years and I had the opportunity to be part of brilliant documentaries such as "24 Hours in A&E" on Channel 4, "Ambulance" on BBC1, "Snackmasters" and "999: What's Your Emergency" on Channel 4 and many others.
While working in TV I learned how to capture real moments and to tell stories through my footage. This is why my approach to photography is very similar to the way I film documentaries - I focus on capturing real emotions and telling people's stories through pictures.
What to expect?
It is really important for me that people feel relaxed and free to be themselves while I am taking pictures of them, which is why after you get in touch with me we will speak over the phone to get to know each other and discuss your photoshoot.
I am always full of ideas how to make your pictures unique without any awkward posing, but I will also listen to your suggestions and ask about your favourite activities and places you like to go to as a family.
During your photoshoot we will spend between one to two hours capturing natural moments of your life - this could be you playing with the kids at home, drawing, cooking together or simply going out for a walk in the park. I am experienced in working with children and I am always patient and happy to allow extra time for their needs - in the end of the day we need everyone to be happy and relaxed during the shoot.