Monday, 12 December 2011


Last night I attended PENNYFEST 3 in the Derby Silk Mill Museum, not open to the public but it is a great location to hold an event such as this one! This great little event was hosted by Derby promoters Apples for Discos and local online magazine & networking site Hatch'd Magazine is to raise money for Penny's Fund. Pennyfest 2 was held this summer and a mini documentry was made by Philip Formby, you can see it HERE.

For more information or to donate to Penny's Fund please visit Facebook/Pennysfund

Here are some photos I shot last night, nothing amazing but it's about time I did something!! :) Bands featured are Hallouminati, Alright The Captain, Mascot Fight and Crushing Blows.

It is a boy!!

I'm massively late in blogging the latest photo, courtesy of Nottingham City Hospital! Now I can start buying little plaid shirts for him, he'll look just like his daddy! :)

Sunday, 6 November 2011

Welcome to Mumsville, Nottingham!!

It's taken me a very long time to write about these particular photos or intact to blog at all. For this I apologise, unfortunately I haven't been feeling very well and have therefore not really wanted to do anything, not even blog!!! Scandallous!! These photos I have to blog about are not my own, they are courtesy of Nottingham City Hospital and are of my little wriggler!! Scary as hell but also very exciting, I'm going to be a mummy!! The little one is bigger than this now as I'm now 18weeks and not 12! So as well as blogging about my photography, I may also be throwing in a few blogs about my journey threw pregnancy, infact, it's inevitable!! :) Without further ado, I give to you, my little sproglett!

Saturday, 17 September 2011

Kismet Rose Accessories

These are some images I did for Hayley Rose at Kismet Rose Accessories! Keeping the shots nice and simple again with a black background (as the brand colours are black and White) and some pretty models; Jamie Deacon and Louise Rusthworth. Check out Hayley's accessories at

Sunday, 11 September 2011

Designer - Siobhan Noon

Here are the photographs I did for local designer Siobhan Noon's graduate collection! I wanted to keep the shots simple because there is so much detail in the clothing. As you can see the outfits are inspired by origami, so I decided to sit with my boyfriend the night before the shoot and make lots of paper cranes, which I then hung from the ceiling! The triangular hair was done by Ayesha Caunt-Buonocore, make-up by Natalie Fox and the young lady throwing the shapes is Shannen Varney! It's all about angles in this shoot!

Thursday, 18 August 2011

Death Becomes Her

I'm a little late in publishing these images to my blog as they were supposed to be for a magazine but the issue got cancelled so I can now reveal them to you! The theme was "favourite scenes from a movie" and I chose the film Death Becomes Her. Brilliant film, if you haven't seen, it you should, it's funny and has Brucie in it!! For those of you that have seen the film, I'm sure you can guess the scene I chose.
I gathered my creative team together and we headed to Wollaton Hall for an evening. They shots were lit with two Speedlites and I'm not a Photoshop whizz in the slightest but those wholes literally took me 2 gruelling days to perfect! And even now some Photoshop whizzes would probably laugh at my attempt, I on the other hand am very proud of myself and feel invincible in the world of photo editing now! :) This is the first time I've really used textures as well so as a whole I'm particularly fond of this shoot! And as always, feedback would be most appreciated! Thanks x

The Team:
Models: Miriam Rodriguez Juarez and Bethany Mumford
Hair: Ayesha Caunt-Buonocore
MUA: Sarah Vaites
Designer: Katherine Kerrison