Hey there! My name is Emma!
I live in a small village on the outskirts of Melton Mowbray in Leicester with my husband, Steve, and our dog, Sasha, who is a 3-year-old cocker spaniel.
The best choice I ever made was when I became self-employed in April 2015. I have loved meeting new people and making friends along the way. All the clients I have met have all been amazing. I love all the personalities and different characters that I meet.
I like to consider myself a friendly and fun person, my client's needs and preferences always come first.
It's the best when my clients tell me ideas of what they would like me to capture. By using my own style to make it unique.
I strive to be the best I can be and never leave a client unsatisfied. Most importantly I ensure that I get a smile from the whole wedding party and make sure you all have the best time. I act my crazy self and will jump in on a dance with your guests.
I recently celebrated my own wedding in August at the amazing Old cow shed in Great Dalby. So I have some great insight and lots of advice and personal experience in planing a wedding.
Some amazing shots from my wedding!
We had the incredible BGS photography do our wedding photos and he was absolutely incredible! Very weird being on the other side of the camera haha.
My wedding photography journey started in March 2016, as a result, I have photographed over 50 weddings since then. My clients have been absolutely amazing. I love meeting new couples and capturing all the magic throughout the day. I love to get involved as well as stay to the side, I have been known to be a tea maker, shoe fixer, dress fitter, tie maker, and much more. Not just your average photographer.
It was my Grandad who got me into photography. He would take me onto the fields beside his mobile home and give me his camera, let me take photos of whatever I found interesting. He lived in Salisbury until 2010 when he then went to live in The Royal Hospital in Chelsea and became a Chelsea Pensioner. He was so proud of me when I decided to take photography up as a career and helped me buy my first editing computer.
I dedicate my business and all my hard work to my grandad who grew his wings on the 27th January 2020. I will never forget you and I will love you and think of you every day, Love you always, Your Emmy-Lou xxx
Ronald Buzzard - 22nd March 1940 - 27th January 2020
Died aged 79.