Images by Blue Fox Photo

Hello, I’m Nicola,

I was born in London, raised in the Midlands and now live in Telford, Shropshire, not far from the oh so lovely Ironbridge.

I can no longer stand the smell let alone the taste of Tequila after a works night out went awry.

My proudest parenting moment to date is our daughter singing along to “Rudie Can’t Fail” by The Clash.

If you have a dog and I get to meet it, I will spend too long a time fussing it and talking to it as if it were a baby. Just sayin’.

I genuinely believe that “Africa” by Toto is the greatest song ever written.

When I’m not shooting people in love you can find me at home with my husband and daughter. Probably drinking too much coffee, eating cake and watching a film.

That film will no doubt be from the 80’s and you should probably know that I root for Johnny Lawrence over Daniel Larusso any day. My husband and I hold most of our conversations in film quotes alone.

My name at birth was Victoria but as my maiden name began with D my mom was advised against it otherwise my initials would of been VD. Good save, mom.

I talk with my hands a lot.

I love playing the Kevin Bacon Game (if you don’t know what this is, fear not, i’m happy to teach you).

Anyway, I have been photographing weddings since 2009 and would love to hear more about your plans. Even if you haven’t got much detail yet, just start with the who, the where, the when and we’ll go from there.

Or even just start with your favourite film…

My favourite things right now…

Cobra Kai

Currently loving the Cobra Kai TV Series… “Get Him A Bodybag!”

 

Royal wedding

Being gripped by Royal Wedding fever!

Anyone else get emotional about it or just me?

Song

 

Obsessed with the video for Childish Gambino “This Is America”

 

 

 

 

Food

Orange Drizzle Cake from Apley Farm Shop is UH-MAZING!

 

 

 

Garden Centres

Garden Centres!

As we do up the garden we’ve become Wyevale card carriers and love a bit of Monty Don.

 

 

 

 

Book

I’ve just finished reading “Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine” by Gail Honeyman

It’s brilliant!