Find Your Free Side: Workshop Reviews
Last month, a room full of photographers joined together armed with camera’s, prisms, cups of tea and an open mind to learn how to apply creative shooting and editing techniques to everyday situations. I handed over my experience and knowledge of how to use hard light, soft light, shadows and artificial light to your advantage Read More
The Cotswolds to The Capital: Wedding Photography Workshop
This weekend I jumped in my little red car and pootled along the M4 and M25…the M25 was a far slower pootle I might add. Friday night commute, yay!! Eventually I landed in Sidcup, and stayed with my best friend of a million gazillion years. The next morning, said best friend saved me a whole Read More
Mr & Mrs T: First Wedding of 2018, Cowley Manor
A week before Christmas 2017 I received an email seeing if I was available to photography a very small intimate wedding in just 5 weeks! What better was to start the year than a few hours, with happy people, with warm cosy fires. I met with Elaine and Matthew at their venue Cowley Manor near Read More
Mr & Mrs P, last wedding of 2017, at Pendrell Hall
Well I am sitting here, prepping my gear up for my first wedding of 2018. As a ‘darker shooter’ I tend to be working all year round, not just in ‘wedding season’. I am so glad for that as I have been getting twitchy with just FOUR WEEKS off shooting weddings. Next festive break 2018/2019 Read More
Do it your Way! Interview with Pippa, a Cotswolds Celebrant
This month I wanted to approach a personal wedding choice that my husband and myself made, and is becoming more popular. Gone are the days when you had either a church, or a registry office. Then came Civil Ceremonies where you could find a gorgeous manor house or quirky abode that was registered for marriages. Read More
The Cheltonian~ Real Wedding at Matara
Alison gives us some insight in how she planned and styled her alternatively coloured wedding at The Matara Centre, Kingscote with wedding photography by myself! If you love colour and are searching for styling ideas for your wedding which are a little more interesting than most, gorgeous wedding is perfect! The multicoloured hanging lanterns are Read More
Oobaloos Wedding Photography published in ROCK N ROLL BRIDE magazine!
Well I think you all heard me scream from the rooftops when I got the YES from Kat at Rock N Roll Bride. This has been my biggest goal since starting wedding photography and I’m so excited! Thank you to Jemma and Jason for being so on board with our submission!! Not only was it Read More
Mr & Mrs H tie the knot at Lyde Court, Herefordshire
When Georgie contacted me nearly 2 years ago, saying she wanted an Alternative Wedding Photographer, I knew we were match made in heaven. She saw my style before I was even sure what my style was! As the day came closer and we met up at the stunning Lyde Court in Herefordshire, I got ridiculously Read More
A ‘behind the scenes’ look at our hit featured Punk Inspired Shoot at The Barn at Upcote
When Erin at Way Out Wedding first approached me about styling a shoot together, I was absolutely delighted. Erin published one of my first ever Inspirational Editorials and has been a beautiful supporter of my work ever since. I can definitely say she has had a hand in the direction I have now taken my Read More
Oobaloos Wedding Photography meets Gloucestershire Magician Richard Parsons!
The one thing that has been important to me from the get-go has been building relationships with fellow suppliers so that we can all grow together. The industry isn’t quite as cutthroat if we can just be friends! Now its been a while since I did some of my supplier features so I have asked Read More
Oobaloos listed in 50 Best UK Wedding Photographers 2017
Oobaloos Wedding Photography listed in the 50 Best UK Wedding Photographers This afternoon, I received a surprising email from ‘Go Hen’, who are one of the biggest movers and shakers in the Hen Party Planning Business. Every year since I have started shooting Wedding Photography I have scrolled down this list, spotting big names, gorgeous Read More
Why every photographer needs to QUIT studio photography!
The path to finding yourself as an artist When I first started photography, I got myself a little portable studio, with a black backdrop and a pair of Gemini Bowen lights and went house to house setting up my ‘studio’. I tried everything. Couples, families, babies, dogs. Some of it was ‘ok’. Some of it Read More