I specialise in small intimate weddings and elopements. I am a documentary wedding photographer so I do not direct or interfere with your wedding. This allows me to use my camera as a visual notebook to tell the story of your day while you get to enjoy it. The biggest compliment you can pay me is to say you don’t remember me being there! There is no awkward posing or hollywood lighting.
Depending on the coverage you require I will attend your wedding from 1 – 4 hours. I would need to be at the ceremony venue no less than 30 minutes before it is due to begin.
My clients choose me to photograph their wedding because they like my informal style. I’m happy to take up to a maximum of three small group photographs as quickly as possible. I ask that you nominate someone to help round up people then I can carry on and take the type of pictures which caught your eye in the first place. These tend to be two immediate family groups and the bridal party.
I usually bring my own sandwiches but if you insist…
Please contact me to check if I am available. I tend to get booked up at least 12 months in advance but may still have some dates free. Most couples will book after looking through my website. However, if you wish to have a chat on the phone or view some sample albums I am more than happy to meet you at a convenient time. A booking is accepted once you have paid the reservation fee of £250, completed the booking form and signed my terms and conditions.
Yes, generally a 50:50 split but it depends on many factors. Having been a full time professional photographer for over 30 years, with my roots in black and white film photography, I believe monochrome images allow the viewer to concentrate on the image content without being distracted by colour.
Absolutely! To me this is one of the most important parts of my day. If the weather and venue is suitable, I will encourage you to leave your guests for a few minutes and I will take some beautiful, natural images of you together.
Your high resolution print ready files will be supplied via digital download.
You can order an album after your wedding if you wish. Please let me know if you would like more details
I shoot a maximum of 25 weddings a year. I still work as a press, public relations and commercial photographer. so I’m a busy chap!
Under UK law copyright automatically belongs the creator of the work, in this case the photographer. The same as it does with music or paintings. You have personal printing rights and you can share the branded versions on social media. You just can’t use them for commercial use and they must not be altered or modified in any way.