The Importance of Making Work For Yourself

I’m guessing that majority of you reading this know that I specialise in equine and dog portrait photography, it’s been a dream to have my own business for years and I’m now finally at the point where I’m making it happen! But even though I’m doing equine and dog photography for a living (which I…

Understanding Light

This week’s blog post is about something VERY important that can either make or break a photo: lighting. Now, I’m not going to get all technical and photography savvy, but I think that it is important for anyone who books a shoot to know the basics of how light can affect your images. And also…

What I Feed Finn & Product Unboxing! | Weekly Vlog #2

Here is my second weekly vlog where I talk you through what I feed Finn and also do an unboxing for my sample products! I really enjoyed filming this weeks vlog and felt like I was starting to get into the swing of all things vlogging! In the vlog you also get a sneak peek…

A Failed Weekly Vlog #1

My first weekly vlog! I have been thinking about doing weekly vlogs for a while, and I finally decided to give it a go! This vlog was actually filmed back in September, but here I am sharing it in November 🙈 This first vlog is a little all over the place and quite long, but…

Mermaid Of The Falls | BTS

In July myself, Melissa from Candy Snaps Photography and Josh from Josh Bennet Photography did a mermaid theme photoshoot at the enchanted Janet Foss in Malham using a beautiful crown from Aurora Moon Headwear. This video gives a behind the scenes look at the shoot and shows how we created the finished images. I also…

Meet Finn!

I’m sure many of you are aware by now that I have a horse named Finn, and since he makes a regular appearance on my social media and vlogs I though for this weeks blog post I would dedicate it to him so you guys can get to know him a bit better!   So,…

One Season Love | BTS

The other week I did a photoshoot with my friend Melissa from Candy Snaps Photography for a poem I wrote titled “One Season Love”, that I am very excited to share with you all! So incase you didn’t know, I love poetry, I’ve grown up reading it and writing a little, and my grandparents and other…

Adele, Molly and Cid

My last portfolio shoot was with Adele and her two dogs Molly and Cid. The shoot took place at Adele’s house on the outskirts of the village which has the most wonderful view as it is situated on a hill overlooking the moors. We were originally going to do the shoot on a Thursday, but…

Lynne, Ellie, Lizzy, Marley and Molly

My shoot with Lynne and her dogs Ellie, Lizzy, Marley and Molly was the fourth shoot for my portfolio. Back when I put out a Facebook post about the portfolio shoots I remember reading through the responses and Lynne’s caught my eye because she has not one, not two… but four golden retrievers! So it…

Lucy, Mikey and Pinto

I had the pleasure of photographing Lucy and her two cheeky cobs Mikey and Pinto for my third portfolio shoot. We did the shoot at Lucy’s house just outside the village situated in the middle of Lancashire’s rural countryside! Lucy and her husband had moved to the area fairly recently and are now the owners…

Sue, Ruby and Nell

My second portfolio shoot was with Sue and her lovely springer spaniels Ruby and Nell! Our location for the shoot was Turton Tower, a beautiful Tudor house surrounded by woodland and picturesque gardens. It is hands down one of my favourite places to shoot as there is a verity of landscapes within the small area,…

Reasons Why You Should Have an Autumn/Winter Photoshoot

I know for a fact that that majority of people would want a photoshoot in the spring/summer. Of course it’s warm(er), everything is green and lush, and there is generally an increased chance of sunshine (because lets be real, we live in England). So why would you want a shoot during winter in the cold…