Happy birthday Maya Maya!

Maya Maya has been up and running in Kendal for 11 years. Owned by the fabulous Amanda Slattery, last year they relocated the Wainwright’s Yard. To celebrate a year at the new premises, they had a blow out party for all their lovely loyal customers with lots of free Prosecco. What more could you want?! It’s always an absolute dream to do a photo shoot in the Lake District. I was actually born in…


A winning photoshoot

For so many years I’ve wanted to do a shoot on the beautiful cherry blossom walkway in Harrogate. I would absolutely advise a visit if you’ve never seen it, particularly when the sun’s shining! I decided to launch a competition for my Facebook followers to win a free family shoot on the stray. The number of entries absolutely blew me away; it seems it’s not just me who loves a…


Keeping fit

When I was asked to photograph a shoot for Brasilfit, it was a bit of an unusual one for me – having never done a shoot for a clothing brand before, I was so intrigued and wanted to find out more! The shoot brought trades together from all across Yorkshire, and it was so lovely to meet and work with so many amazing creatives. I really enjoyed the shoot because it was more of a lifestyle…


La Ville Lumière

When my best friend suggested we went on a trip to Paris, I can’t say I took much convincing. Paris was the first holiday I’ve ever taken my DSLR away with me. It has to be said that it’s my pride and joy, so (perhaps) I’ve been a little over protective! I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful cities on the planet and not take my camera. Being an…


The Nosh Boss

A day of baking, photography and eating; what’s not to love? In early 2016 I was asked to photograph an up-and-coming food blog. The Nosh Boss was set up to focus on recipes and ideas that are both approachable and inspiring. This project was the first time I had used my new toy, the Canon 5D Mark III (otherwise known as Shanon the Canon!). More than a year on, and the novelty has still failed to…


Where it all began

Summer 2015. Harlow Carr in the summertime is paradise for any photographer. From the age of 11, I have spent so many weekends there photographing the flowers and wildlife. The thing I loved most about nature photography was that the shot was always so beautiful. I suppose in a way it was an ‘easy’ way to create amazing photography. Looking back, that’s now the thing I dislike the…