I’M EXCITED YOU’RE HERE!
It’s bloody lovely to meet you. Here are a few things about me and about freckle & wild…
I’m the photographer behind Freckle & Wild – no surprises that I have a few freckles myself eh?
Why ‘Freckle & Wild Photography’? When I thought about the type of family I wanted to photograph, I realised there’s no one type for me. Every couple, relationship, love and every family is wonderfully unique – I want to celebrate you all. Did you know that even the most identical of twins can be told apart by their freckles? because freckles truly are unique – just like you. And so friends, we have the freckle!
You want a wildly passionate photographer. And I am! I am thrilled to tell your love story, document your connection and reflect you authentically through my work. I am WILD about love, all love. Love always wins.
Having been a part of the LGBTQ community for a while, I know how it feels to be unrepresented, nervous about approaching professionals and a little worried about being accepted. I vow to represent you and your love authentically. I am a 100% safe zone. I’ll capture your memories with love, passion and zero judgement. I am proud to be a same sex wedding photographer and LGBTQ family photographer.
As a documentary photographer at heart, I hunt for excellent candid gems, expressions of love, joy and hilarity and all the important (and unexpected) moments.
I love my job – being an LGBTQ family photographer is my dream job. Exploring all of London’s secret spots for a photoshoot or photographing across Hertfordshire’s gorgeous landscapes is my favourite thing to do. I am always grateful to my clients who allow me to do the thing I love most.
I’m proud to report I’ve kept my Bonsai, Henry, alive for two whole years.
BEER ON THE BANKS OF THE ZAMBEZI
I’m Zimbabwean and there is nothing better than a cold one at sunset on the river.
Yes please, always.
Please don’t blur your face and put on bunny ears, you’re better without it.
SLAP STICK COMEDY
You know the type, scary movie type films? No thank you. I don’t fancy spending 2 hours cringing.
Not a morning person