To put it simply, 2020 was one of the strangest, but most productive years I have ever had.


Photographing Weddings in Northampton, to an adventure up Snowdon. Photography still gives me the same buzz as it did ten years ago!


First off I would like to wish you all a Happy New Year!


Admittedly, I am a little late typing this up; I do usually type this up in December, ready for the New Year. I do have the perfect excuse though; it was due to me editing Michelle & David's Wedding which took place at the stunning Highgate House. As much as I love typing up blogs, editing will always come first, and rightly so!

So 2020.....where to start? It was an unusual year for all of us, and a very moving time for many as well, full of many ups and downs. I would first off like to say a huge thank you to all of you who have worked so hard and kept this country running through such an arduous time, I hope during 2021, we get back to some sort of 'normality'.

Usually, with my ‘favourite photography moments of the year’ blog, I would share so many more memorable moments from all the weddings I captured throughout the year. I wish I could do the same in this blog, but I only had the chance to capture three weddings and two engagement style shoots. (which were all epic, mind you!) I photographed Karen & Martin’s wedding, Elizabeth & George's big day ( I captured this for a fellow photography friend of mine, 'Gem Wright photography’), Michelle and David’s pre-wedding photoshoot, as well as there beautiful intimate wedding. And lastly had the pleasure of photographing Kayleigh & Matt's engagement style photoshoot at the stunning Horwood House, one of my favourite wedding venues in Buckinghamshire.

My style has been ever-evolving over the years, but I can see now more than ever that I am becoming more of a documentary style wedding photographer, and I also take a lot of joy from creating stunning wedding portraits for brides and grooms.

To make this blog a little different, I am also going to share with you an extensive mixture of photographs that I captured during 2020 in my 'spare time' across Northamptonshire and beyond. From family photography to a hike up Mount Snowdon, I had a pretty interesting and varied year, and I am very proud to share these images with you all.


2021 weddings are going to be amazing, I can just feel it!


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Creating epic portraits, to simple walks in the countryside with my camera in hand, for me, photography is like nothing else.


Even due to Covid, It was still a pretty productive year on my end, as I filled my time during the lockdowns with things to do, as I can imagine many of you did as well. I finally created a YouTube channel, (I do plan to keep creating content, once this lockdown ends!) and I also discovered a love for gardening (Call me Lewis Titchmarsh!) I have been a keen walker for years now, and I discovered so many new and interesting walks throughout the Northamptonshire countryside, which I never knew existed!

I personally love the images which I created with Ady AKA Spookzville. It was great to get creative, trying different things out, and simply learning more about the art I love most, which is of course photography!

What I loved about everything the most, though, was all the extra time I got to spend with my partner and son. During the year I can be pretty much non-stop with photography, which is great, but it can get to the point where I don’t have much time for anyone, as I have deadlines to hit. My partner and Son are incredibly understanding and know I am doing it to benefit all of us in the long run.

To say 2020 was a wasted year would be a lie, I gained so much knowledge on how to run my business more effectively than I have done in the past five years, and now feel more confident than ever in growing my photography business and taking it to the next level. Being a known wedding photographer for Northamptonshire and beyond is becoming a reality, and I wish to continue spreading my photography wings and traveling as far and wide as I can.


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thank you for reading my photography blog.

I cannot wait to capture weddings during 2o21 and beyond, it's going to be amazing, I can just feel it!