From a young age I have expressed an interest in the photography world. Pictures have always spoken to me more than words. A photograph sets the scene and your imagination tells the story.
Last year I decided to take my photography further, reaching out to people in the local community to put their trust in me to capture memories that will last a lifetime. The response I got was amazing and left me wanting to capture even more memories for those around me.
I also work in a school as a teaching assistant. The children and families I work with are amazing and the skills that I learnt by working within this setting transpire to my photography career and allow me to form an understanding with the children and families that I photograph. Their expressions are natural and their posture is candid, the way a photograph should be.
Along with working in a school setting, I also teach swimming. I teach children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). This job is truly rewarding and, again, allows me to transfer skill sets to my photography career. I have had the privilege of photographing a few children with SEND and the results that I got were amazing. The children started off very anxious and unsure bout the situation but soon opened up to their happy, bubbly selves after a bit of play and interaction.
I honestly believe that photography is the way forward to capturing precious memories. Yes, we all have a phone that we can use instantly to capture these moments with but true pieces of art sometimes need a little more help and that’s where I can help.
I look forward to hearing from you in the future and helping you to create special memories. To book go to click here.