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Content creating through photographs: A Breakfast Delight for Food Enthusiasts!

Good morning, foodies – your content creator here! There’s exciting news in the culinary scene that will surely make your mornings more delicious. Kho Kho Ruislip, the renowned Indian restaurant known for its mouthwatering Chinese – Indian dishes, has recently introduced a delightful breakfast menu.

Kho Kho Ruislip’s breakfast menu is a true feast for the senses, there’s something to satisfy every palate. Their team of talented chefs has carefully crafted a menu that showcases the rich flavours and textures of their dishes, while also catering to diverse dietary preferences. I was delighted to be the one to photograph all the good stuff!

Kho Kho Ruislip takes content creating seriously, and their breakfast menu is a testament to their dedication. It was a true privilege for me when they have asked me to create content for their social media. Each dish is meticulously prepared using the finest ingredients, sourced both locally and globally. The restaurant believes in serving not only delicious food but also an experience that leaves a lasting impression on their guests.

This restaurant offers more  than just a meal; it’s a culinary adventure. Whether you’re a regular customer or a first-time visitor, the restaurant’s friendly staff is always ready to guide you through their menu, suggesting dishes that will tantalise your taste buds. With their creative approach to food, Kho Kho Ruislip ensures that every breakfast experience is memorable and enjoyable.

If you’re seeking a breakfast experience that goes beyond the ordinary, look no further than Kho Kho Ruislip.

And if you are looking for someone to become the new content creator for your restaurant – please look no further! I will create all the beautiful images which literally make people hungry, email me for more!

An Unexpected Christmas Carols

An Unexpected Christmas Carols

2020 was different to what we all got used to. There were travel restrictions, social distancing, social bubbles, lockdowns and more. This year Christmas didn’t event have the festive vibes without the Winter Wonderland trip, Ice rings and Carols.

The Kings Centre Chessington decided to give their people a service of normality. An Unexpected Christmas Service gave people with beautiful worship as well as wonderful Christmas Carols. STLS provided all the light and sound equipment. Thanks to their knowledge and expertise, they created a Christmas atmosphere in the Church. The only thing we could have possibly wished for then was snow to make it a white Christmas. Thank you so much for organising such a fantastic socially distanced event.

If you are planning an event and require a photographer ot capture the atmosphere and details, I would are than happy to help. Feel free to contact me via my contact page! 

Gym attire by MermaidFace

Lockdown Gym Attire for the rescue! 

Welcome to lockdown day number 396… Okay, maybe I have slightly exaggerated this, but it definitely feels like it has been going on for the longest time. I was so excited to receive a call from the MermaidFace telling me about fabulous new stock that has arrived. I’m sure you remember the fantastic beach shoot we did back in September. However, this time there were no mermaids in sight – sorry guys! Although can you imagine having gym attire explicitly designed for mermaids? I think this is definitely something I need to pinch to the MermaidFace girls! 

Because of lockdowns across the UK, we were very limited with locations as to where we could produce our shoot. Thankfully we have received a green light from the owner of Sweat It Gym in Kent to use their space for the shoot! Fabulous! This couldn’t be any greater space for this specific project, right?! 

On the day of the shoot, everything went smooth and perfect. We have worked out our plan of action, stations and sanitation routines to make sure we are all safe and following the government’s guidelines. There were nine super fab gym attires which were split between three gorgeous models – whom I had the pleasure to work with in the past. Honestly, this shoot felt calm and easy-going; I didn’t want it to end. The whole team worked so well together, which you can see in the images. Pure perfection!

Now, I know that apart from the Mermaid gym attire, the boss lady is already planning the spring/summer collection, so I hope to be back here soon with another stunning wave!

All the gym attire plus bespoke swimwear, beachwear, co-ords and more can be found on the MermaidFace website


Use the code KAY10 for your 10% off 🙂

Thank you NHS and keyworkers


On Monday 23rd March 2020 UK was put down to a lockdown due to COVID-19 outbreak. This had an impact on the whole entertainment industry. A lot of photographers and other suppliers has lost their predicted income and motivation to do anything ever since.

On Thursday 23rd April, exactly one month after the UK has been locked across the country, Thomas Rose, from Fusion Light and Sound has invited me to join his project. He and his team have decided to light up the 100 meters tall IKEA Towers in Croydon in blue to pay respects to all frontliners. We felt really personal about this as we all know at least one person working for the NHS or keyworkers and we wanted to show our support in these difficult times.

Tom and his team have spent pretty much all day, placing out all of his equipment and programming the lights. It was a lot harder than we initially thought. It was only after the sunset when the guys could have positioned the lights in the correct place, and once the dusk came, the magic has happened.


At 8pm people were clapping, we heard fireworks and emergency services sirens in the distance. Both of the towers were lit up in NHS Blue with lasers displaying NHS logo and thank you messages to our keyworkers and heros. Once again, I would like to express my gratitude to the Fusion team for having me and giving me a purpose during this rather challenging situation.

A special thank you to the whole hard-working team: Tom Rose, Kieran Edmonds & Nick Jemicz. This wouldn’t have happened if it wasn’t for you.

If you are looking to hire sound and/or lighting system, get in touch with Fusion Sound and Light and

And If you are you looking for someone to capture your project or event, get in touch with me for a quote! 

One Night In Shanghai at W London

夜上海 - One Night In Shanghai

Imagine a place in London, not too far away from London’s very own Chinatown. A Place with the boldest Chinese New Year party in the whole United Kingdom. A venue transformed to take you to the underworld of Shanghai’s vibrant nightlife as we relive and celebrated the Year of the Rat. In 2020 we welcomed the Chinese New Year with the hottest DJ’s, flaming fire performers, dancers and London’s exclusive Chinese Dragon!

Come and experience this night with me again. The perception bar at W London showcases every personality’s multiple sides: the dark and the light, the playful and the serious, the substance and the sparkle, the bold and the witty. You name it, and it is there! This is why The Perception bar felt exactly like Shanghai on the 25th of January. As for someone who has never celebrated The Chinese New Year, this was pretty awesome!

Here, forget what you thought you knew. The lines are blurred, the game constantly changes, and convention is turned on its head. Get enlivened and enlightened through unexpected sensory experiences that will defy your perceptions and transport you into a bolder mindset.

Most importantly – fuel your fortune, join the fun, and I hope to see you on the dance floor!

If you are looking for an event photographer, feel free to drop me a line and I will get back to you as soon as possible. I look forward to hearing from you.

Color Obstacle Rush tour 2018

Another year has gone and another tour is done. I have been involved with Color Obstacle Rush for a good couple of years and I love watching it grow.

Every year they don’t fail to bring a fresh set of objects and ideas. Each and every year you can expect 20 bouncy obstacles, 8 shades of rainbow colour stations and 20 music zones to keep you motivated throughout the rush. At the end of each race, you are invited to join the colour festival. A festival where hundreds of cheery participants, get to throw their colour packets up in the air and create a unique bright cloud!


This tour is quite literately the highlight of my year. It is not about racing each other or to make to the finish line as the first. It’s about getting out there, doing those 5 kilometres with fun stops and enjoying yourselves. You don’t have to run! I have seen many, many people dancing their patch from the very first until the very last obstacle. You are also more than welcome to hang out in the chillout area to relax, listen to music, have a picnic and enjoy the day!

It was a ridiculous 3 months and 11 events. I was able to travel from the North all the way down South, from East to West and don’t let me forget the fantastic event in the heart of France – Paris. On last year’s tour, I managed to take over 35.000 photographs! How amazing is that?! I’m looking forward to what this year has in its sleeve!

Whether you have a friend who loves a ‘fun-run’ or maybe you are planning a family day out. Colour Obstacle Rush is designed to entertain people of all ages (12+)!

Are you already the Color Obstacle Rush lover? Then I hope to see you rocking it again this year! Roll on 2019!


Are you planning a bespoke event? I love to experience and photograph new things! Don’t be a stranger and get in touch with me today =)

British Firefighter Challenge 2018

For the third year in a row, I had the marvellous satisfaction to participate in the British Firefighter Challenge at Bury St Edmunds.

This year was the most challenging one to the date with the temperature hitting 33 degrees. A heat wave! Never the less, even on this hot British day with these harsh heat conditions I witnessed the most powerful, determined, and willful group who wanted to prove themselves physically and represent the strength of the fire brigade! This event grows from year to year bringing more and more firefighters from all over the world. Since the very first event, they have expanded the number of entries from 120 to over 200. This has also lead to expanding the competition from one day to a two-day long event.

5 stages of pain

Now, If you haven’t heard about The British Firefighter Challenge before let me tell you a little bit about it. It is an annual event that enables male and female firefighters to confront themselves in 8 different drills.

1. Stair Ascent

Going up the staircase with your hand always holding on to the external rail (three floors). The competitor can skip a step or two as long as they are holding on to the rail. Failure of this will result in a 2-second penalty.

2. Harken Haul Aloft

After reaching the top of the tower, the competitor must haul up a rolled hose and place it into the box provided. If the hose does not make it into the provided box it will result in a 2-second penalty.

3. Stair Descent

Now the competitor must get down the tower as soon as possible! They must hold on to the external rail and not miss one step. Skipping a step will result in a  2-second penalty.

4. Corhaven Force

Once they have made it back on the ground they are required to perform the ‘force entry’ task. The competitor must have both feet on the platform and using the hammer provided, hit the mass through the full length of the device. If they fail to hammer the weight to the end it will result in a 2-second penalty per inch missed. Failing to put the hammer on the mat will also result in a 2-second penalty.

5. Angus Fire Hose Drag

Sounds easy, looks easy but it’s not easy at all. The competitors have to connect one end of the hose to the pump, pick up the other end and drag it 60 metres to the marked line. The branch must be dropped over the line to complete this stage. No connection between the hose and pump will result in a  10-second penalty. Misplacing the hose branch will also result in a 10-second penalty.

6. Angus Fire Hose Make Up

The competitors are required to roll up or fold up a 70 meter long Fire hose. Once this is achieved, the hose needs to be fully placed into the provided storage. If the hose is not completely placed in the box it costs (you guessed it) another 5-second penalty.


7. Container Carry

The contestant now has to carry containers weighing in at an awesome 4 20kg over a short length and place them in the marked area provided. Sliding the container or not placing them in the provided area will result in a 2-second penalty per case.


8. Ruth Lee Casualty Rescue

Also known as the dummy drag. The adult human-sized and weighted dummy must be dragged from its location to the finish line. It is the most exhausting stage of the competition and requires a lot of strength to complete it. The referee is there to guide you to walk in your lane. Needless to say at this stage the contestants are tired, delirious and dehydrated but, should you happen to steer away from your lane this incurs a 5-second penalty per incident.


The race must be completed in or under 6 minutes, going over the time limit will, unfortunately, disqualify the candidate.
Are you a firefighter reading this? Do you wish to challenge yourself and push your boundaries? There are still a few spaces for you to sign up and be a part of this great experience! See you again at the British Firefighter Challange in Watford 2019! It’s not the one to be missed.


Let’s not forget about the amazing companies who help British Firefighter Challenge every year! Would you like to help become a sponsor? Get in touch with BFC Team!


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Are you planning an event? Get in touch! I would love to be a part of it!

Les Deux Alpes 2018

Snow, Music and Adventure! – Les Deux Alpes


Bonjour! Bonsoir!


I think that would be it for my French! I must admit France and mountains is the most beautiful combination! After 13 years of avoiding winter holidays, snow and skiing; it was about the time I braved it! Yes, it was cold; yes it snowed quite a bit but being above the clouds and seeing the views were priceless.


Not to mention the amazing Rise Festival with acts like Annie Mac, Hospitality and S.P.Y (just naming my favourites). The main arena might have looked easy and chilled during the day but at night there was no space to stand! Imagine hundreds and hundreds of people raving to greatest tunes. If you fancy a pre-party warm up it was always good to head over to Pano bar in the middle of the mountains for their happy hour. Watch out though – after one too many drinks you might want to take the lift back rather then snowboard/ski it down the slopes!


We were quite lucky with the weather, or at least I think so! We have managed to get beautiful sunny days with great visibility – just perfect conditions for snow activities; as well as snow storms that have lasted a whole day, I could have not seen anything within 3 meters. It felt like a thick snow waterfall – insane!!


Overall, I had a great time at both a festival and up the mountains at Pano. Everyone who is considering booking your Rise tickets for 2019 – you should do it! All the party people whom I’ve met over the last couple of days have already guaranteed their attendance the next season! It has been a great holiday for all of us and I cannot wait for my next adventure!


Anyway, why trust my words; have a look yourself!

Zante 2016

Seven days in heaven – this is how I’d like to describe my holiday in Zante. It was the most intense and activity-packed vacation I’d had since 2006. No lying idly on the sunbed, no time to spare. Guess what, this is how it goes when you tag along your rents! They just couldn’t sit down for more than 10 mins, which by all means shouldn’t be a bad thing. No sooner had we checked in at the hotel than we found ourselves on one of the famous boat tours.

So determined they were to squeeze every bit of juice out of our holiday. At first, we went around Cameo Island for turtle spotting. Unfortunately, the turtle season ends exactly in September, therefore it was quite difficult to find them around. When we finally managed to spot one, the poor creature was completely surrounded by boats. Next, we went to swim around the Keri Caves – I’d never seen such crystal clear water in my life! At the end, the Capitan took us to the Caretta Island to see the place where the sea turtles lay eggs.

Zante is magical, no one can deny it. Most people of 18-30 flock at Laganas, which is the party part of the island. That’s where the clubs never close, and where you can spend the night of your life for just about £10. Honestly, this is not what I came here for, haha! My idea was to explore the island as much as possible.

I made my first attempts to shoot the Milky Way on top of the Keri Caves, and I’d driven a quad for the first time in my life (no one was injured, uff). We took an 8-hour long trip around the island (I slept through most of it) with entry to the best attractions of Zante: the Shipwreck beach, Blue Caves and Gigia Beach. Obviously, my mother’s boyfriend and my dear friend (who casually joined us for a few days) wanted to visit the banana beach for all the water sports.

I could go on and on how amazing my holiday was and how incredible Zante is, but you guys just need to go and see it for yourself!

Color Obstacle Rush Tour 2016

For the second year in a row I’ve been invited to photograph one of the most unique and fun run tour. Thirteen days of 5 kilometres long race that took place all over UK! I have traveled between Brighton all the way up to Newcastle. Being 100% honest those long drives there and back were not the most pleasant but that’s not the point. Whether it was 30 degrees or cold with rain, all the participants were ready for the mess. 20 inflatable obstacles and 8 colour stations and 20 music zones were just to good to be missed.

Although this is a ‘running’ event you don’t have to run if you don’t feel like it. In fact, many people were walking, jumping and dancing through the course! After all the fun we’ve had during warm-ups and on the course (my favourite were the inflatable jump balls) it was the time to celebrate! For each competitor who has completed their run, they were rewarded with a medal. To top it up they have received another colour powder bags to use at the colour festival! Now that’s the perfect way to finish off your most colourful day!

If you think this is something you would like to be a part of next year visit Color Obstacle Rush website and sign up for your nearest event.