When I'm not photographing weddings, I'm probably checking out the latest Air Jordan releases, or trying out 'that new street food place that's just opened up'.

My wedding day was the best day ever. I married my best friend, in front of 145 of our loved ones, and by the end of the day my face ached from smiling, and I was addicted to weddings. That feeling you get when you are surrounded by love is truly special, and it was then that I decided that I would spend the rest of my career capturing those feelings for other couples.

I specialise in documenting moments, it’s sometimes called ‘reportage’ or ‘documentary style’ and basically means that I set out to photograph a wedding exactly how it happened, so that when a couple look back at their photos for years to come, they get the same feelings they had on their wedding day. It’ll be exactly how they remember it.

I’ll also spend some time with my couples getting some beautiful portraits, and yes, I’ll even photograph you pretending to sign a register or grinning as you prepare to cut a cake. But the photos that excite me are the split-second moments. The glances between a couple who are exchanging their vows, the tears a dad cries when he sees his daughter in her dress for the first time. That’s the magic. That’s what I love!