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Hi there! I'm Emily. 
It's so lovely to meet you.

 I’m a documentary wedding photographer and I absolutely love it. I also specialise in relaxed couples, family and baby photography. My couples and families want more from their images. They want photos that are full of soul, photos that make them feel alive. And that’s just what I give them.





We also have a cat, Ludo, who is bigger than our dog, Fleur. I got into photography as a hobby (but you can read more about that below...) & now here I am, lucky enough to be able to photograph weddings and families full time! You may have spotted my work in places like Wedding Ideas magazine or on sites such as Love My Dress, Rock'n'Roll Bride, Boho Weddings and so on... I feel very blessed.

I love films by Wes Anderson and Jean-Pierre Jeunet. It’s all about the colours and the symmetry.

I live in Suffolk with my husband Rich who is a musician. We were married in the autumn of 2014 and I’m still pinching myself that I get to call him my husband. Being married is a blast. This year brought the arrival of our first child - our daughter, Astrid. Every day is a learning curve but I adore every single second. She’s pretty rad. 

I prefer vinyl. In our house we play The Smiths, Morrissey and Bowie over and over and dance like we’re mad. I have no shame when it comes to bad dancing.

I love getting up super early and going for walks because everything is so calm, still and quiet. Saying that, with Astrid around this now happens less often than I would like!

I’m fascinated by the moon and stars; I’m going to take an astronomy course when I can just find 5 minutes …

Most of all, I just love people. I love finding out the stories of OTHER'S lives. The road they’ve journeyed down so far, adventures they’ve had - big or small - and what makes them who they are.

I'm proud to be entirely self taught having loved photography since my teens. My first wedding was back in 2011 for my cousin - it terrifies me now to think I was brave enough to agree to shoot a wedding. I mean, I knew my way around a camera but I had no idea what shooting a wedding actually entails - luckily it turned out for the best! Since then, I've been hooked and so the year after, I started shooting weddings professionally. I get to meet such incredible couples, learning all about their story so far, hearing anecdotes about their families and friends and then putting faces to names on the day. After weddings, I added family shoots as another string to my bow - it's nothing but a complete joy capturing parents and their little ones, seeing their personalities grow each time we meet. I feel like I've struck gold getting to do this as my job - I'm so bloody lucky. I have professional indemnity and public liability insurance, plus oodles of gear so even my back up equipment has a back up, which is boring but important to know. Click over to find out more about my approach to weddings and family shoots.

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Meet the Team


I’m fascinated by the moon and stars; I’m going to take an astronomy course when I can just find 5 minutes …


Katie is my associate wedding photographer - this means you can book her to shoot your day on my behalf. She'll be the one to capture your celebrations, while all the editing and behind the scenes bits stay with me. Katie studied photography at uni focusing on fashion, and started shooting weddings when she graduated. Katie joined the team by second shooting for me, taking on her own weddings as my associate last year. When she’s not got a camera around her neck she’s happiest when eating pizza, drinking a milkshake and cuddling dogs.

Rich is one of my second shooters (and also my husband!). Rich taught himself the way around a camera years ago with a little guidance from me along the way. Primarily a gigging musician by trade, but when he’s not playing guitar, he photographing with me. He’s the biggest Bowie fan, loves to cook, a self-confessed complete computer games nerd and tends to have a joke lined up for every of situation… don’t worry, he tends to keep them to himself on your big day, (unless there’s a nervous bride or groom that needs a laugh!).