1. Contact: Get in touch with me via email, phone, or my website to inquire about my interior photography services.
  2. Book: Once we've discussed your needs and decided on a date and time for the shoot, I'll send you a contract and invoice with the deposit amount required to secure the session.
  3. Plan: We'll work together to plan the details of the shoot, including which rooms to photograph, what style of images you are looking for, and any specific requirements you may have.
  4. Site Visit: On the day of the shoot, I'll visit the property and assess the best angles and lighting conditions to capture the essence of the space.
  5. Session Shoot: Using professional equipment and techniques, I'll capture the interior shots, including wide-angle views and detail shots of individual features and decorations.
  6. Client Review: I'll send you a selection of the best images from the session for your review and feedback. You can let me know if you'd like any specific images to be retaken or if you have any other requests.
  7. Post-Production: After receiving your feedback, I'll carefully edit and retouch the images to enhance the colors, clarity, and overall quality of the photographs, ensuring that they accurately represent the space and meet your expectations.
  8. Delivery Images: Once the post-production process is complete, I will deliver the images within 2 weeks in jpg digital high-resolution and web through an online gallery.


An extended license is available for any contractors that have worked on the project being photographed. This can be put in place prior to a photoshoot being invoiced. This gives contractors involved in the project the opportunity to use the images produced at the photoshoot at a reduced price and for them to use these images for their own marketing purposes.


I aim to consistently help interior designers to complete their portfolios with show-stopping images that capture the essence of their projects. Attention to detail and organisation are my watchwords. I know that you need to be organised too, you have people to organise, suppliers to juggle, and deliveries to schedule. You won’t need to worry about me. It’s a skill I know my clients both appreciate but also require.


I was drawn to work on interiors and architecture because I recognise that it’s about much more than just the images you receive. You need someone who will spend the time to understand your project, take care over and ensure that deadlines are met.

I’ll always be efficient but understanding of the space, the complexities of the design and taking the time to ensure those are captured.


Having worked in corporate roles as well as for myself, I understand the commercial aspects of your business.

I know that you need to market yourself – the images are a huge part of this. Social media, websites, magazine submissions, awards, the list is endless. 


Design for those wanting a profile photo for their business websites, social media or online dating. It's limited to a single person. Sessions can take approx. 30 to 60 minutes at my studio or a location of your choice.



Lifestyle Portraiture

A perfect way to document your family's daily life such as playtime in the park, a special event, or a relaxed day at home with the family. Sessions can take approx. 2 to 3 hours.



Hi, I’m Lou Souza,

With a background as a PA before I went full-time into photography, I understand how overwhelming it can be when you’re juggling suppliers, vendors, partners, employees AND keeping clients happy. 

Life as a PA was hectic. It required me to be incredibly efficient and organised, and to keep everything and everyone running on time. 

When I set up my photography business as a side-line back in 2015, I knew my skills and personality would be best suited to clients who were looking for attention to detail, creativity, and careful understanding of the work I'd be asked to photograph.

I was learning my craft at night and at weekends, then working as a PA by day. In whatever spare time I had, I’d indulge my hobbies - I love to travel, garden, create, and cook. I’m obsessed with having a clean and tidy home. When I sit down for a cuppa, I’ll be flipping through home and garden magazines.

Despite my love of interiors, homes and gardens, I’d never considered bringing that passion into my business, until 2021.  My photography work carried on expanding in my spare time with a constant stream of new clients.

Finally in 2021 three things happened: 

  1. A wonderful friend of mine who was training as an interior designer was working on her own refurbishment. She asked me to photograph it. I loved it. Having worked with all sorts of people and personalities, I knew my skills and character would be best suited to clients who were looking for attention to detail, creativity, and careful understanding of the work I’d be asked to photograph.
  2. After 15 years, my time as a PA came to an end.
  3. It was time to take my photography career to the next level.

After the work I’d done with my friend, I realised that photographing interiors was the perfect fit. I was surprised at what I could do, it really suited my style of photography, and I loved the clients I was meeting. I jumped in feet first and haven’t looked back.

I know this is the perfect place for me, and I know I’m the photographer for you.



Initial consultation by phone or email. Includes my time, image retouching and editing, a private online proofing gallery, and high-res digital images. Additional images and prints and other products are priced separately and can be purchased within your gallery.


You will receive a link by email to access your online proofing gallery. Images will be delivered within 2 weeks.


A travel fee will apply to locations outside zone 2 in the London area to be agreed prior to session.


A non-refundable deposit is required before the session to secure your booking. Final payment should be made before or on the day of the session.


If the session is cancelled the initial deposit will not be refunded but it can be used for another date. Cancellations must be made no later than 48 hours before the session.