It's not good enough to just be there with a camera. Great photography comes from empathy. An understanding and connection with what's happening. I aim to create images that go a little deeper than two people smiling at the camera. Great documentary photography will bring you back to the moment, the fun, the feeling and the emotion over and over, long after your memories of the day have faded.
I'll guide you through a short, directed (not posed!) portrait session, which is an opportunity for the two of you to enjoy some time together away from the wedding for a little while. This can be a lot of fun and doesn't take long.
I love to be part of weddings that are unique and different and focus on the celebration. We live in exciting times when more and more couples are making bold and brave choices in their wedding planning. Weddings can be stuffy affairs, no longer. Humanist weddings, barn weddings, and tipi weddings are paving the way, and ‘relaxed’, ‘natural’ and ‘fun’ are current buzzwords in the wedding photography world. I’ve been lucky enough to witness weddings that focused on enjoyment, family and friends, and the great outdoors. I truly believe that the best photographs come about as a result of the photographer being able to blend into the scene. So with an unobtrusive documentary approach, I’m able to spend more time on the images that will matter to you and your family in years to come. Coupled with my love for weddings and real emotion I have 16 years of experience as a professional photographer, so I’m able to deal with any challenge a wedding can throw at me and get the best results possible in any situation. Be it using additional light for low light weddings, or creating beautiful portraits when time is tight, I can handle it, and you can relax and enjoy your wedding knowing you will love your photographs.
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It would be great to have a chat with you so I can help you to negotiate the minefield of choosing a wedding photographer.