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Laura Morgan: “Photographing people gives me great pleasure. To make something memorable happen between the subject, the camera and me is exciting and unique every time.

I travel as much as possible, although this has proved impossible in 2020 as everyone knows.  Volunteering my photography services to non-profit organisations overseas and here in the UK is extremely rewarding and sometimes eye-opening.

Exploring other genres like street photography, abstract imagery and landscape is fun too - whatever excites me visually is fair game and helps me develop my skills.

I also offer personalised packages for weddings, events, and portraiture so do contact me if you’d like to work with me.”

What’s happened recently?

Travel: In 2018 I had a magical trip to Romania. In 2019 I visited Nashville and Gatlinburg in Tennessee and photographed a client’s villa in Lazio. However most of my travel was in the UK last year. This year I did manage to squeeze in a trip to the beautiful city of Malaga, Spain prior to lockdown.

Volunteering: Last year I travelled to Puerto Rica to work with a small non-profit called Centro Mama that supports women to have proper pre and post natal care and offers home births where possible. This trip was again organised through Momenta Workshop and was another incredible I continued to support local community events and have really enjoyed working with Rise, a Brighton based charity supporting victims of Domestic Abuse. I have recently provided images for their 2020 Annual Report, photographing staff, volunteers and survivors.

Weddings: As ever I prefer to shoot only the occasional wedding as it can be difficult to commit to dates with so much travel. Last year I had the pleasure of photographing Svetla and Wayne’s intimate wedding in historic Marischal College, Aberdeen. Here is their gallery.  Previously unpublished galleries are Gemma and Nick and Laura and Philip.