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A handcrafted wedding in a Sheffield barn

bride laughing behind her with groom

I met Sarah and Dave at their home over a year and a half ago. We drank tea and talked all about their wedding plans, how they met and what they did. We just clicked and I knew this wedding

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A little jaunt to Italy

woman sat on a wall looking out over Matera, Italy

In February I found myself in the most wonderful Italian city called Matera. I’d traveled here with two other artists, Zoe and Emma (also from Sheffield) to attend a week long business course for creatives. There were artists from Poland,

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Sheffield wedding – Tom & Emily

Matlock marquee wedding reception

Looking back at September, it looks so beautifully warm and sunny against the grey clouds and rain of February. But what fond memories the photos of Tom and Emily’s wedding evoke. Set against the backdrop of one of the synagogues

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Cape Town family shoot with the Knights

Leigh-Ann may technically be my cousin but really, she’s my little sister! My brother and I grew up with her and her sister. We would make up plays, swim together, have picnics and generally do a whole lot of life

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The memories of old

I only recently realised just how much my maternal grandmother (Nan) loved taking photos. I’d always thought I’d inherited the insatiable desire to photograph the world I saw around me from my paternal grandfather. But it seems I’ve had a

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The Art of Remembering

It’s the thing I love most about photographs, the way a seemingly random photo in my collection can illicit a flood of memories from a day that was just plain ordinary. Memories that would have, if not for the photo,

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