"Thank you for everything, it is a shame we only get to meet the interesting people briefly".

Allergic to wedding cheese?

Me too.

7 reasons to talk to me about being your wedding photographer: 

There will be no posing, no forced smiles, no soppy looks, no embarrassing leaping in the air - and absolutely no frocks in trees - EVER.

I won’t take over the day. I observe, I don’t orchestrate. It’s your day and it's my pleasure to document it for you, but I won’t commandeer it.

You’ll get a collection of honest, unposed, natural photographs in which you will be able to recognise yourself.

You're different, so why should your wedding photography look like everybody else's?

My visual style is a ‘light touch’, no filters that make the pictures look dated in years to come. I remember the ’80s, I was there!

Working with me is simple. All you need to do is ask me to be there and then forget about me and concentrate on enjoying yourself. 

I'm a lovely chap – no really I am. I will mingle with your guests and disappear into the crowd for the most part. You don't need to worry about a thing - least of all me!

Bonus reason:

Your mum will love me, she won’t even grumble (too much) when I take a picture of her with her hair in curlers.

A day you'll never forget and pictures to show you what it felt like

Let's keep it simple

I don't have a range of confusing packages, I like to keep it simple. As standard after a consultation or two, you get me as your photographer from preparation through to the party with all travel and expenses included in the mainland UK.  
A few weeks after your wedding I'll send you an online gallery where you can download the pictures, share them with friends and family. Basically all the essentials. There's a range of other bits and pieces I can add in if appropriate, we can talk about that and fine tune the package to suit you. Just let me know what you have in mind. 

from £2250

Midweek, out of season or multiple day weddings may be different prices depending on a variety of things, if this is you just ask...