There is no doubt that my first love lies with travel photography but I also love capturing lifestyle shots too. Capturing beautiful moments from everyday life is so much fun. Whether it is the perfect latte art or a beautiful vase of flowers there is always something worth photographing. This selection has been curated from various moments both inside and outside my home and often during Sunday coffee dates.
We recently came back from a lovely long weekend in the Latvian capital Riga. It was certainly cold, but that didn't stop us from enjoying all the city has to offer. Riga is full of wonderfully colourful architecture making it an Instagrammers dream! There was also so much to discover on in the surrounding area such as Jurmala beach and Kemeri National Park.
Dubrovnik first captured my heart back in 2013 and I have been back there twice since then. Despite its popularity with the tourists it still manages to maintain its charm. There is a photo opportunity around every corner of this beautiful city and these are just a few of the images I took back in September 2016.
I try to head down to London at least a couple of times each year and I know there is so much I have yet to explore in this vast city. St Paul's Cathedral is always a favourite to photograph, especially when bathed in sunlight. These are a selection of photos taken from my last few visits.
I had literally no expectations before visiting Malta, I only booked to go there in order to get a bit of winter sun over Christmas in 2015. Honestly, I was blown away by just how beautiful the island is. The buildings, the rugged coastline, the people - were all fantastic. To this day it remains one of my favourite places I have visited in Europe.
I had a desire to visit the Greek island of Kefalonia ever since reading Captain Corelli's Mandolin when I was a teenager. We went during the peak of the Greek crisis but I was blown away by how welcoming and generous the locals were. The island is quiet and although it is touristy it is nothing like as popular as other, more well known Greek Islands. These photo's are taken from various locations around the island during our summer holiday there in 2015.
Copenhagen seems to be high on everyone's list for a long weekend getaway and it is easy to understand why. Full of charm and cheerful Danish folk, there are certainly worst places to spend a few days! I fell in love with all things Danish, and I especially liked how much colour there was in the form of pretty buildings and street art. Copenhagen is definitely a city I will be returning to very soon!
New York is my happy place. It exceeded all of my expectations when I first visited way back in 2009. These shots are few from my last trip there in December 2015. It is always fun to shoot the star attractions like the Empire State Building and Brooklyn Bridge but what I really love is to roam the city capturing less iconic sites and focus on the details.
Having spent a my late teens/early twenties living in the Granite City it is always a pleasure to return. In my opinion Aberdeen beach is as beautiful as any other you will find in the UK. In fact, I think Aberdeen as a city is highly underrated and I am always recommending it to people as must see destination in Scotland. These shots were taken during a leisurely Sunday afternoon walk in January.
It no secret that I left a piece of my heart in Sydney. I lived there for nearly a year and it became home to me. Sydney is a beautiful city surrounded by stunning beaches and trendy suburbs, my particular favourite is Palm Beach. These photos were taken during a trip back there during Christmas 2014