B E H I N D  T H E  L E N S

 I’m Meg, and I’m a wedding, family and event photographer, based in Somerset. To sum myself up, I’m a creative perfectionist that absolutely adores photography. It is important to me that the photographs I take are natural and artistic and my shooting and editorial tones follow a natural, vibrant and romantic approach.

Using a mixture of candid and posed shots I capture raw emotions, personality and timeless moments. This is only achievable with a bit of organisation, a little care, and a lot of respect, thus allowing your day to run with ease.



K I N D   W O R D S



"So firstly Meg is LOVELY. Efficient, relaxed and gets the job done. Loved working with her and would definitely recommend her to anyone seeking a fab photographer! Xx" - Frey.

"Meg recently photographed my daughter's engagement celebration in our garden. The photos she took were really beautiful and captured the day so well. She was very discreet so family did not feel in any way unable to relax. Meg is delightful to work with and her quiet confidence is very reassuring." - Ruth DIvall.

"Meg came and photographed an event I produced at Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival. She was really thorough in asking what I was looking for in advance and I'm thrilled with the photos! I was keen to capture not only people, but some of the detailing in the decor and on stage, and she did an awesome job. During the evening, she worked in a way that made everyone feel at ease, and really captured all that I was hoping! Highly recommend her and her beautiful work". - Sophie Tott.

"Meg took pictures at my little ones first birthday party. She came early whilst we were setting up to take pictures of decorations and to get some shots of him before everyone arrived. It was really lovely to have this time with her before everything got chaotic! We could hardly tell she was even taking pictures so she got beautiful, natural photos that are a lovely way to document such a special occasion. Thank you so much." - Katie Howard - Smith.


My photographic journey started at the age of 10, when I was given my first digital camera and I was captivated immediately. For my Photography A-level, I really got to grips with the basics, exploring everything from slow apertures to experimenting with and learning how to develop my own film. At university I went on to study the History of Film, Design and Art, where I learnt a great deal about the progression of photography and found it extremely inspiring.

When I’m not photographing people, I’m usually up at sunrise exploring the world with my camera, on Pinterest searching for any recipe containing Nutella, making a new list, and planning my next adventure with my loved ones.

Now you've heard all about me, I'd love to hear from you. Feel free to click here for all contact links.

30th June 2005 - Childhood dreams.