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To contact Louise Cuppello at the The Bride Tribe either fill out the contact form below or please email at 

louise@thebridetribephoto.co.uk

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07852 354126

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My name is Louise ROBYN Cuppello. I'm a professional wedding photographer and family photographer from Knutsford, Cheshire. .

I was born and raised in Manchester before moving and living in the Cheshire countryside, residing in the historic town of  Knutsford.

I live a humble and fulfilling life, living with my husband Alex and our 8 year old son Charlie-James.

 

Growing up I began to realise that I had an artistic side to my personality and that has carried on through generations of the Italian side of my family and their artistic roles. 

I was 9 years old when I received my first polaroid camera as a Christmas present from my father. Since then I have always found photography a passion of mine.

Before studying photography I spent many years working as an airline flight attendant giving me the most precious training and personable skills. 

Those years working within that industry gave me insights into various people and situations, and  moulded me into the person I am am today. 

Just after I left flying my husband bought me my first professional camera as a birthday gift.

Overwhelmed by how much I loved photography I decided to turn my dreams into realities.

I then went back to school to study photography professionally, and started studying a wide spectrum of all aspects of it..

I learnt the vintage way and starting with shooting film and processing in the darkroom, then moved onto digital photography and editing.

My biggest inspiration into my photography Is my little boy Charlie who is a regular model for my photoshoots. He taught me to believe in life and opened my eyes up to countless opportunities within our world. 

My passion is  to capture a natural moment, a snapshot in time, and creating it into a magical memory for a lifetime <3

Louise.xx

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