Your happy memories
It’s no secret that photographs can trigger emotions, bringing back memories. When your wedding day is over, your photographs will help you relive those memories again and again. Since you’ve come across my website, chances are you’re not looking for a ‘traditional’ wedding photographer. The one that tells you to ‘stand here’ or ‘smile there’. The photographer who has predetermined poses and shot lists, who gets you lining up for hours on end, pulling silly faces, jumping in the air and saying ‘cheese’.
Instead, why not choose a photographer who will immerse themselves in your day to feel as much a part of it as your friends and family do. A photographer who will go above and beyond to really tell the story of your day. The moments you see as well as the moments you may miss. All the joy, tears, love and laughter of your wedding day.
Your special day
The best moments of your wedding day may not always happen during predetermined times. They happen when you least expect them and could easily go uncaptured with a ‘standard’ hourly coverage. So why not choose a wedding photographer who doesn’t watch the clock, but prefers to document your day in its entirety to tell the complete story. Whether you’re getting ready at 7am or finishing with fireworks at 12am, I’ll be there if you want me to be. That’s what documentary wedding photography means to me. Photo stories. Wedding stories. It’s my own unique way of seeing your unique day.
If you would also like a few more formal pictures of the two of you with your closest family and friends I would be more than happy to take these for you. I’ll keep them fast and fun so you can spend more time celebrating your day with the people who matter most.
Wherever your wedding, I’ll be there
I am based on the borders of London and Kent, travelling internationally and across the UK documenting weddings of all shapes and sizes, in all manner of venues including London, Kent, Essex, Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire and beyond. No wedding is too small. No wedding is too far. I limit the number of weddings I photograph each year to give each and every one my full, undivided attention. After all, your happy memories are as important to me as they are to you.