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I’m Amy and I love anything creative. I studied Graphic Design at Nottingham Trent Uni quite a long time ago now! At this point I wasn’t sure where my career would take me so I spent a few years travelling and working as a chef in ski chalets so I could do plenty of skiing (and eating of course). I was rarely seen without a camera in my hand and my love of photography began to flourish, especially photographing in Japan, Vietnam and New Zealand.
I’ve got a son called Milo now and as you can imagine, I take quite a few photos of him. It’s made me realise how precious photos are as kids change so quickly. I love the family shoots I do now, especially when people book each year so I get to see the kids growing up.
I photographed my first wedding 10 years ago when my friends Jen and Rich approached me, they knew I enjoyed photography and liked my photos but I’d never really considered wedding photography before so I was terrified. Thankfully Jen and Rich loved the photos, especially the candid relaxed ones which are definitely my favourite to take.
My photography business evolved from there and word of mouth gave me the opportunity to photograph in some amazing places over the next couple of years, from Wollaton Hall in Nottingham to The London Eye and an incredible castle in Scotland. I grew more confident and started to enjoy photographing weddings more and more. Alongside the weddings I enjoy family photo shoots, photographing newborns and babies and I’m the friend that brings a camera along to every occasion as I don’t want to miss a moment. I do kick myself for giving myself so much editing to do though!
I’ve exhibited at the National Wedding Show at The NEC in Birmingham and my business has grown, I love meeting new people and welcome new photography challenges. I really enjoy finding out what the next year has in store for me.
What else is there?When I’m not photographing you’ll find me making jewellery, completing freelance graphic design projects, baking, experimenting with sugarcraft, making concrete planters, macrame or hanging out with my partner, friends and family.
My personal photography passion is long exposure night photography and to photograph abandoned buildings or anything else that is going rusty. I can find beauty in the most unexpected places. I discovered a train graveyard on a recent trip to Budapest and I was in my element.