Creative Wedding Photographer Based In Yorkshire
Hi there! As you may have guessed, I’m Luke and I’m a wedding and portrait photographer based in North Yorkshire. Husband to Kathie, father to Rose, a bit of a photography nerd and a massive wedding addict.
Although I’m based in York I actually only settled in this beautiful city after living in Queenstown, New Zealand for a number of years – which is where I really learned my trade as a photographer: Bungy jumping, skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, marathons, V8 supercars, lakes, mountains, world heritage sites, vineyards, paragliding and even the occasional wedding(!) were just some of the incredible subjects I was lucky enough to capture. But as the saying goes, there’s no place like home and I’m back, waiting to hear from lovely people just like you to get in touch and tell me how I can help you with your big day.
Being a wedding photographer isn’t just a full-time occupation for me, it’s something I’m genuinely passionate about and I’m constantly striving to create images that are beautiful while meaning something special to my clients too. I’m a firm believer that great wedding photography should be about telling the story of your day and documenting you both just as you are: No awkward poses, no overly intrusive requests for more shots – just the two of you captured in your moment with your closest friends and family in an easy-going and unobtrusive manner.
After all, choosing the person to photograph your wedding shouldn’t just be about ticking one more item off the wedding to-do list. Picking the right person to document your big day is one of the most important decisions you will make. Not only will your photographer be one of the people you see more of than anyone else during your wedding, but after it’s all over it’s your photos that are one of the few things you’ll have left to remember it by.
So it’s not just about finding someone who’s work you like – it should also be about finding someone with whom you both feel comfortable with too, so if you think that person might be me, then get in touch as I’d love to hear from you – and I make a mean cup of tea too!