Harriet Kjellman Collection

Editorial Fashion Photography, Independent Fashion Design, Project Photography
This shoot is part of my project work for the upcoming 2016 NTU Degree show  ‘Emerge’. Scouting Nottingham based independent fashion and accessory designers my aim is to develop a directory that showcases local talent.
Clothing Designer – Harriet Kjellman Hair & Makeup – Monica Montalvo Model – Caroline Chen

Nitasha (afinemessblog)

Blog photography, Street style photography
I always enjoy working with people looking to improve their social media content. Are you fed up of taking your own pictures? Do you live in Nottingham? I can do a mini street style #ootd shoot in an informal lunch hour session…. Contact me for further details


&blanc Fashion Shoot

Commercial Fashion Photography, Street style photography
&blanc fashion (based in Nottingham) asked me to do a street style photoshoot for them. We had an overcast day and a busy couple of hours as we worked through a lot of different outfit changes… I am really looking forward to seeing how they use these images across their Instagram and Website.

Dafe Oboro

Editorial Fashion Photography
Recently, I got to work with this talented man Dafe Oboro. Nigerian born writer, model, fashion and style enthusiast he is currently studying BA Broadcast Journalism in one of the top Universities in England.
Make sure you check out his blog.

Back to class // Fashion by Mife & Etty

Blog photography, fashion, Moving Image
Mife and Etty are still baby fashionistas but anything goes, you just need big hair and the right attitude!!!
Be sure to check out their blog Manierabydale

Autumn fitness with Miss Pow

Blog photography, Lifestyle & Fitness
Working with Becca Pow is always a pleasure. She is a self confessed fitness nut, gymwear addict, foodie and Prosecco guzzler. Check out her blog and discover how she finds the balance between working hard, playing hard and not burning out. Squats and a side of Nutella

Vintage Vixen Fashion show 2015

Event Photography
A fabulous evening and a fantastic atmosphere, all in support of Macmillan Cancer Support. A whopping £933.52 raised.
Vintage Vixen have an ever changing, wide range of vintage clothing, accessories & costume jewellery, check out their website Vintage Vixen for more info.