My name's Georgia, but you can call me G or Gigi. I live in the most boo-tiful part of the world, somewhere in the depths of Norfolk, with my boyfriend Luis and our two black rescue cats, Raggles and Rumour. I spend Sunday afternoons ignoring my phone, cooking roast dinners and completely losing track of time. I'm a very nostalgic person. Dancing in the kitchen to Wham is like my cardio. Shopping for clothes and sipping iced coffees is like my therapy. I've been photographing weddings for the past 7 years, which means they've also been the best 7 years of my life so far. It's the old cliché, but when you do what you love for a living, you'll never work a day in your life. And that's true. Even after all this time, I still love getting to know all of these couples, seeing how they celebrate their love, and devoting my all to their day.
So if you're looking for a photographer that will laugh with you, dance with you, cheer for you, and knows all the words to 'Only You' by Yazoo, well - that would be me. I can't wait to meet you!
"A thing that you see in my pictures is that I was not afraid to fall in love with these people." — Annie Leibovitz
10 things that make me happy
6. FRESH DAHLIAS
8. A COLD CAN OF COKE ZERO
10. COOKING FOR PEOPLE I LOVE
1. WATCHING reruns of top of the pops
2. A MORNING cup of COFFEE IN BED
3. TRYING ON NEW LIPSTICKS
4. THE 'BER' MONTHS (OCT, NOV, DEC)
5. BOXES OF MACARONS
I love people. I'm not even pretending, I genuinely do. And I think it's this authenticity that allows me to capture the otherwise intangible bits of life going on around me in an unobtrusive way. I'll be there all day from the calming anticipation of the morning prep until the lights go down for the party, by which time you'll likely find me bobbing around on the dance floor - because your story should be told through the eyes of an active participant, not an outsider on the periphery. So if there's a drink being spilt or a crowdsurfing guest, I'll be right there in the thick of it to capture it as it all unfolds.
I vibe best off those couples that make their own traditions and choose to do things the way they want to on their day - whatever that may look like. Whether it's wearing feathers on your dress and a purple suit, or walking barefoot through a field and not worrying about muddying your hem. Serving paella or street food and having the Bridesmaids give speeches instead of the Best Man. Doing your first dance to Teenage Dirtbag, or just binning the first dance off all together for an arms-in-the-air, wild Ibiza style rave (maybe featuring a light up sax). Irregardless of size, style and season, if you're planning a day that is solely authentic to you as people, I'd love to be the lucky observer to tell your story.