Wedding photography doesn’t need to be an endless series of line-ups and poses. Wouldn’t it be great to just relax, enjoy your day and know that great images will follow?
I focus on telling your story, the emphasis is on the overall experience rather than the more traditional approach to picture taking. I take time to let the story happen rather than forcing the pace, and will encourage the bride and groom to have an amazing time with family and friends and enjoy moments together whilst she capture the flow of memories along the way.
This relaxed approach takes any awkwardness or stress out of the process of having your photographs taken and leaves more room for you to enjoy the day you have spent so much time and energy planning.
My wedding photography brings together an editorial approach with documentary style. I have relaxed shooting approach captures ‘real life’ moments, but believe that photographing weddings is more than simply recording the events of the day. Providing truly great timeless photographic memories takes, instinct and intuition, and the ability to connect with people throughout the whole process.
I’ve been photographing weddings, professionally, since 2005.
I love all aspects from the traditions and ceremony, to the little details that make each one so personal, but above all the pure joy and happiness I see and feel for the bride and groom as they start this new phase in their lives together.
Woburn Sculpture Gallery, Peterborough Cathedral, Stowe House, Chicheley Hall, Admiralty House, Horwood House, Flaxbourne Gardens, Notley Abbey, Moore Place, Parkside Hotel
February 21, 2017