It’s a little strange, but most of my inspiration comes from punk rock, eighties and northern soul music – where a story or an idea simply flashes into my head. It was punk and performing arts that inspired me to shoot in a fun reportage style when it came to weddings. Often I like to give my own little sprinkle of quirks to give the photos that extra bit of fun and realism – from popping candy, to trashing the dress, to bridesmaids beating the ushers at handling the sharp taste of sourball sweets, to recreating iconic film scenes – you name it!

My work has been featured in Rock and Roll Bride, Quirky Weddings and Unconventional Wedding. I occasionally collaborate on more fashion based shoots with Lily Jones Events.

I live right on the cusp of Southfleet in Kent, where I'm usually found editing in the office with David Bowie  soothing my sanity – with a pyramid of stolen tea mugs next to me. In my spare time I'm often galivanting around the UK as a documentary subculture photographer, capturing punks, goths, skins and soul stompers.

You may have guessed but as much as I love my rock music, nothing can beat sitting in a cool café in Soho, sipping coffee with some good Jazz  playing.

I dream of one day going to Salem or owning a house in Faversham. Aside from Weddings, the loves in my life are  Blackadder, builders teagin  and anything tartan.