I have lots of experience as a Cheshire, UK and Destination wedding photographer shooting in the UK and all around the world – from relaxed rustic weddings in the Great British countryside, to grand French chateaux, lavish Indian weddings in Abu Dhabi and just about everything in between. I just love weddings!
I take an artistic approach to wedding photography. And I absolutely love what I do. You’ll see from my portfolio that the way I use light and colour to capture iconic moments is absolutely central to my style of wedding photography. It’s why I’ve won some of the best awards in the business, including UK Wedding Photographer of the Year.
You don’t have to worry about me barking instructions or taking 200 shots of your bouquet at different angles. I’m a documentary wedding photographer at heart so the way I do my thing is mainly by just letting you do your thing. It’s your day, and you’re making sure it’s going to be magical. I’ll make sure the photography is too.
One of the funny things about weddings is that after spending so much time carefully planning one day, the actual experience is more like a million different tiny unexpected joyful moments all at once. That’s why I’m there – to make sure that nothing gets missed. I’m super passionate about the art of wedding photography, partly because no two wedding days are – or ever could – be the same. There are infinite possibilities, and every little thing that you and your loved ones do has its own secret part to play. My job is to use my vision and skills to give you a vivid way of remembering how it all happened and – crucially – how it felt to live it.
If you’re currently looking for a wedding photographer in the UK – or anywhere else for that matter – and you love what you see in my portfolio and on my blog, then please get in touch so I can check if I’m available for your wedding date for you. I’m really lucky to get booked up extremely quickly these days, and I can only do a finite number of weddings each year so it’s better to get in touch sooner rather than later, especially if you’ve already set a date for your wedding.