Tell us a little bit about your photography - where are you based and what type of photography do you currently enjoy?
In only a couple of words, how would you describe your style of photography?
Tell us about one of your most memorable photoshoots or perhaps a favourite photo you have taken?
AH there are so many! It would probably have to be an elopement we booked in the Grand Tetons. The couple literally booked us 3 DAYS before we were supposed to fly out.. We booked out flights, and were off a few days later. CRAZY! But it was a dream. The most beautiful place we have ever been, and the sweetest couple.
As a photographer, nurturing your creativity while trying to balance self employment and life can be a little tricky sometimes. Where do you find the inspiration to continue creating and maintaining consistency?
Master the work-play balance. Too much work can lead to burnout and too much play can lead to ineffectiveness. We have found that we NEED blocks of time where we don't even think about work. Our creativity desperately needs air to breath! We get inspired by our date nights, our little adventures, etc. Sitting at our desk isn't exactly inspiring, so that's not what we go to for inspo, but it is necessary to execute our ideas in the end!
Having grown as a photographer, is there any piece of advice that you could give to yourself when you first started down this path, or wish you had known sooner?
Is there anything special you have been working on - mentoring, workshops, courses etc. We'd love to let other photographers know!
What gear are you currently using and what would you typically carry in your Kamrette camera bag?
Let's finish it off with a fan favourite - if you could only have one lens, which one would you choose?
Definitely my Canon 50mm 1.2!