Looking for a wedding photographer for your Cheshire wedding?


An Award Winning Cheshire Wedding Photographer

Planning a wedding in Cheshire? Then you’ve come to the right place. I’ve covered many weddings across Cheshire over the past 15 years in the industry and have photography packages to suit different types of weddings. Prices vary depending on the size of your wedding, the day of the week and the time of year, so please get in touch for a quote.

On this page you’ll find a whole lot of Cheshire Wedding Photography, photographed in my own unique relaxed and creative style. Cheshire is surely the county with the greatest abundance of brilliant wedding venues. From the grandeur of Capesthorne Hall to the more rustic charm of Heaton House Farm. There are about a million (roughly) other great wedding venues in Cheshire as you’ll see from the posts at the bottom of this page.

Cheshire Wedding Venues

If you’re planning a wedding in Cheshire and haven’t chosen a venue yet then I don’t envy you! There are sooooo many awesome places to get married in Cheshire and I’ve been lucky enough to photograph weddings in many of them, including: The Oak Tree of Peover, Delamere Manor, Owen House Wedding Barn, Sandhole Oak Barn, Merrydale Manor, The Holford Estate, Capesthorne Hall and Peckforton Castle. Not to mention many fields and back gardens!

Cheshire Wedding venue, capesthorne hall


Featured Cheshire Weddings

Cheshire Wedding Photographer FAQ

Cheshire Wedding Photographer FAQ

Do you work for a limited number of hours?

Nope! Whilst most wedding photographers these days work for a set number of hours, I prefer not to limit the time I spend with you. The main reason is that I want to capture everything that happens, from the preparations, right the way through to the dancing. This way I can tell the full story of your day.

Do you have any favourite Cheshire wedding venues?

Regardless of whether the wedding is in Cheshire or anywhere else in the world, weddings are all about people. It's never the venue that makes the wedding. The best photographs are more about emotion, reactions, and good light, rather than a fancy venue.