"I adore the wedding photography industry, and feel blessed to be able to provide a service that fills people with so much joy."

Kate has photographed weddings at over sixty-five venues throughout Devon & Cornwall in the last twelve years, and is highly accomplished at producing amazing wedding images. She works with a team of Photographers, and together they have made a lot of couples very happy!


Kate has photographed over 250 weddings, and has had work featured in several national bridal magazines. 

Kate has been a passionate photographer since childhood,  and started professionally as a photo journalist in 2009. Alongside this she studied as a mature student for a BA Honours degree in Digital Art & Technology, and achieved a first class degree. 


In 2011, whilst nearing the end of her degree, Kate made the move from photo journalism to wedding photography, and has been working full-time in the industry for over ten years now. 

Kate comes from a family of professional artists, and has a strong creative eye. She specialises in natural-light wedding photography, and loves to capture the spontaneous moments of a wedding day.


"I believe that, although important, wedding photographers shouldn't rule a wedding day. I have an unobtrusive style, and am happy to work in the background when required."

"One of my favourite parts of the wedding day is going for a stroll with couples after the ceremony to capture the beautiful newlywed shots. I like to combine my natural style with a little gentle posing where needed for this part of the day if needed. This is often quite laid back as I find that happy relaxed couples make for far better photographs."

Kate lives with her husband, and partner of 23 years, Adam, on the Cornwall - Devon border. They have two young sons, and a friendly little dog called Fox.  Aside from photography Kate loves the outdoors, reading, and walking.  


Kate was shortlisted as a finalist for the 'Best Bespoke Wedding Photographer' in the prestigious South West Wedding Awards - which spans six counties across South West England.