Good to meet you!

Hi, I’m Louise, a wedding, family and branding photographer, based on the edge of Plymouth in Devon. I live in a little village by the sea with my husband, Steve, and our two children.

I love photographing people and I love to document events as I see them, not in a forced, directed sorted of way but more in a natural, storytelling style. For me, it’s about capturing those natural interactions as they happen, the laughter, the joy, the tears, the looks, those fleeting moments and all the love!! 

I know how important it is to find the right photographer. If you connect with my work, I would love to hear from you!


self portrait, seated on wooden bench drinking coffee


My love of photography started in my teens, leading me to study Photography at University in Falmouth.


Whilst at university, I dreamt of travelling the world as a photojournalist, capturing the big moments in far off places! I started photographing a few weddings the year I graduated but never dreamt it would become my future career.


I spent a number of years in various jobs from web, to volunteering abroad and then on to education. With a little maturity (and more than my fair share of grey hairs!) I came to realise that the moments that matter most in life are often the little ones, just as much as the big ones!

parents cradle baby at home


After having our children, I left my job in education and focused solely on photography. I love getting to do what I love for a living and the flexibility to fit my work around family.

Newlyweds paddle in sea at Tunnels Beaches, Devon.

I knew that I had found my dream path and suddenly everything made sense…




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When I’m not behind the camera, you’ll most likely find me…

  • On the coast, in the sea (sunrise swims, hello!), or cosying up on the sofa with the fire lit, bingeing Netflix!

    I love the smell of freshly ground coffee and the sound of crashing waves.
  • MY TOXIC TRAIT is replying to people in my head and forgetting to text back – sorry Mum!