I love plaid shirts, running, bullet journalling, my dogs, Spotify, yoga, warm light, orange sunsets, beach holidays, Marvel movies, podcasts, unexpected moments, serendipity and the word 'haberdashery'.
That’s right! My husband & I live in Jinja but I was born and raised in Suffolk, United Kingdom.
It’s all about the River Nile. I first visited on a short kayaking trip in 2007 and I continued to visit for several months at a time for the next few years. I moved here permanently in December 2012 when my husband, Sam, and I bought our kayaking company, Kayak the Nile.
Yup, before photography, it was all about kayaking – freestyle kayaking on white water to be more specific. That’s where a paddler surfs standing waves and does tricks. I used to compete a lot and the Nile is an excellent white water training ground.
I bought my first DSLR camera in my early 20s and my curiosity for creating images has only grown and grown since then.
I stumbled across the joy that wedding photography brings me when I photographed my sister’s wedding. I love everything about it! It’s a privilege to witness such a special moment in a couples’ lives and I love getting to know the people I am photographing.
Taking the images from the camera and creating a beautiful final product that can conjure many happy memories and emotions is a very special thing.
No; not just weddings. I love capturing people in general, natural moments and telling a story and I also enjoy variety in my work. In 2016, a few highlights for me were shooting women harvesting and processing shea nuts in rural northern Uganda for an organic shea butter company, capturing a non-profit jewellery making collective and photographing playgrounds in the Bidibidi Refugee Settlement for East African Playgrounds.
No; I love to travel and I am available for weddings in Uganda, all around East Africa, the UK and worldwide!