Q: How would you describe your style of photography?
A: If I had to pick three words to describe it, I would say “candid”, "natural" and "fun" .
Most of the time I like to capture people as they are and an event as it really happened, so usually I am not too involved with what’s going on and trying to manipulate it. I take a step back most of the time to let things unfold naturally, don't get me wrong I'm not antisocial I love a good chat and I will with pretty much anyone, so I won't be a scary odd person who is stern and just watching things unfold. Every now and then I will step in and give direction and suggestions, but I am definitely not a control freak or someone who likes to pose people very much.
Q: What does “full day coverage” mean?
A: Every wedding day is different. If you need me to start at 8:30 in the morning, I’m there. If you are planning to have fireworks near the end of the night and want me to be there, I got your back. I have nowhere else to be that day and no other jobs to go to, my day is your day. I do ask for us to come up with a “start” and “finish” time for me though, so there’s no confusion about when I’m turning up and leaving.
I really enjoy doing photo shoots with bands and artists, and it helps so much when they are with great people (of course!).
Jaz has kindness and talent in spades and I was so honoured and excited when she got in touch with me a while back, asking if I'd be interested in shooting some new promotional shots for her to help launch her new EP.
Unfortunately we had to postpone the shoot three times due to bad weather and illness, but we got there in the end and took a car trip along the west coast of the Isle of Wight, walking, talking, laughing and picture taking.
I really hope we both work together again in the future, such a lovely afternoon with a lovely young lady.
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