We prioritise giving our clients a great experience and making them feel relaxed, how do you do that?
I don’t really know. I think you just have to be open. I always ask clients lots of questions about themselves, trying to make them forget that I’m taking photos of them. Often we find something in common – movies, books etc and then we get talking about those interests. I’ve always been quite curious and I love learning new things from our clients. The questionnaire we send clients prior to the shoot helps me to build up a picture in my mind of who it is I’m about to work with which helps me to prepare for each shoot.
What do you love about working for Hey Saturday?
I love meeting all kinds of different people. Sometimes I find people in London can be quite isolated, but that’s the great thing about my work for Hey Saturday – I get to know lots of different people and I love hearing what makes them tick.
Who would be your dream client and why?
I guess Pink would be a great person to take photos of. Partly because I always loved her music and her photos. She seems like a really fun and outgoing person and I´m sure we would have a great time. That´s basically all I would wish for in a client – to be open about having their pictures taken. It´s understandable that they are nervous or maybe even slightly uncomfortable, but as long as they are open about the experience it can be really fun.
What's your top dating tip?
Be yourself. There is no sense in hiding something or pretending to be someone else. Be proud of who you are and don´t put yourself down.
Currently obsessed with:
Murder Mysteries on TV, think Midsomer Murder, Miss Marple and Death in Paradise
Playing on repeat on my iPod:
Acoustic Playlist on Apple Music
At my happiest when:
I have a camera in my hand
Fave style icon:
Most into wearing:
Vans & comfortable jeans
Vans shoes in all the different colours
Saturday nights are for:
Hanging out with friends