Hey guys and girls I’m Liza!
I am a travel-loving alternative wedding photographer. I live with my wife Katy and our two cute fur babies Daisy and Herbie just a short hop out of Brighton.
We love road trips in our camper, Valerie, long mucky dog walks on the South Downs (where unfortunately Daisy always seems to find the most disgusting things to roll in), awesome holidays to New Zealand to see my family and singing loud and proud every Monday with our choir - the Rainbow Chorus.
I’m a romantic at heart, which is probably a good thing cos I absabloodylutely love shooting weddings!
Over the last 7 years, I have been a wedding photographer. I without fail always seem to find myself shedding a tear or two during weddings. It's the little things, that seem to set me off;
the raw excitement and nerves of getting ready - (all nicely helped along with a bottle of fizz), the parent that didn’t initially plan to come to the wedding, but then did and now is just so proud. Not forgetting the couples during the ceremony that are so loved up it makes my heart melt, and of course the post-ceremony hugs - OMG!
Bloody lovely! All of it.
For the last 20+ years, I've lived in the UK, I have had one big adventure. Loving life and travelling around the world capturing my own unforgettable moments. I’ve got those moments kept alive forever in 29 photo albums that are stacked up in the bookcase in my study. I put together my first photo album when I was 8.
Life for me is all about people and experiences, milestone moments and living and loving to the absolute max. How better to capture and relive all those memories than through photography. I'll tell the WHOLE story of the best day of your lives, from start to finish and provide you with beautiful, natural images that you will look back on with giggles and love, forever.
love Liza x
"We're over the moon! Thank you so much for being a part of our day. We're really looking forward to designing the album. Absolutely love the pictures and so do our friends and family"
A BIKE CALLED STORM
Only thing with cycling half way across Spain on the Camino de Santiago is that I had to use random fence posts to help prop up my camera!
My bucket list keeps getting longer and longer with more amazing places to visit.
I've always loved photography. Bliss for me is exploring a new place, camera in hand and getting lost, really lost.