My style is very natural and relaxed, I focus on capturing real reactions and emotions to tell the story of your special day. I offer full day coverage, from bridal preparations right through to the first dance.

After shooting over 500 weddings I know that planning is everything, for this reason we have a meeting about a week before your big day. Here we’ll go through the timings of your day, discuss your venue so when it comes to the big day itself, all you need to do is enjoy your amazing wedding and I’ll take care of everything else.

On the night of the wedding I upload a few of your images to facebook, so you can get a sneak peak from your day. Then a week later, after I’ve processed all your images, they are uploaded to a private web gallery, for you and your guests to view and even download, all for free.

I’ll then put together your preview collection; a disc of all your images in high res format, a USB memory stick containing all the pictures in both colour and black and white and you’ll receive a DVD slideshow with extra copies you can give to your parents.

You can stop there, and have everything I've mentioned for £495 (the shoot and share collection), or you can purchase a beautiful album for an extra £200. The albums I offer are made by graphistudio in Italy, world leaders and inventor of the storybook album.

I'm a full time professional wedding photographer, I’m fully insured and have qualifications gained in both the UK and USA. I use a Canon 1Dx series camera which is Canon's top of the range model and I always carry a selection of backup equipment. Please feel free to have a look at my Facebook page where you’ll see lots of images from recent weddings I’ve photographed.

Please contact me to arrange a no obligation home visit where we can discuss your wedding and you’ll be able to view a selection of my albums.

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