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How would you describe your style?

I’m drawn to gorgeous light, rich colours, compelling compositions and, most importantly, the wonderful relationships between the people in front of my camera.

I love a good abstract shot as much as I adore a great portrait. But mainly, I’m always working to deliver a beautiful, well-rounded set of bespoke wedding photos for each of my couples.

Do you do this full-time?

I do. I started in sports and commercial photography while living in New Zealand a few years ago. But since returning to the UK I’ve been focussed primarily on weddings.

In 2019 I was named Europe’s Best New Talent by BODAF and later that year I was included in the top 30 Rising Stars of World Wedding Photography by Rangefinder Magazine in New York.

In 2020 I was named one of SLR Lounge’s Top 100 UK photographers  and named one of Elle Magazine’s Top 17

So it’ll actually be you there on the day?

Absolutely. Being there myself on your wedding day is a key part of the process.

For larger events, I occasionally work with second shooters and assistants, but I’ll still be there as your point of contact.

What areas of the UK do you cover? Do you ever shoot destination weddings?

I’m based near York but I cover weddings throughout the UK and abroad. The majority take place in London and the Cotswolds but I have weddings in the Scottish Highlands and Cornwall nearly every year too.

I genuinely love travelling and I’m happy to count France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, New Zealand and Denmark as destinations that my job has taken me to. In 2024 I look forward to adding Japan, Ireland and the Outer Hebrides to this list too.

What do we do if it rains?

While bad weather is always a big worry for couples, it doesn’t have to be. While it’s advisable to always have a Plan B (an area away from the rain and wind where you and your guests can shelter) some of my favourite shots have been taken outside in conditions where the couple has taken it on with humour and good grace.

Do you take any formal or group/family photos?

Of course. It’s a great idea to take a selection formal group shots as it’s not often that families will all be together in one place, so why not make the most of it.

But while I’m more than happy to oblige, I do recommend keeping these to the most essential ones (bridal party, immediate and extended families, bridesmaids, groomsmen, etc) so we don’t eat into too much of your precious time.

How long do you stay on the day?

Usually, from bridal/groom prep (normally a couple of hours prior to the ceremony) until I have enough images of the reception – but never straight after the first dance! I don’t work set hours and I tend to call it a day only when I’ve got enough images from each part of the wedding but this is usually something we’ll discuss prior to your wedding day.

How many photos do you take on the day?

I don’t limit the number of photos that I take on your wedding day. I just keep shooting. A typical wedding will yield around 450 fully edited shots to look back on.

Are you insured?

Absolutely. I have full public liability insurance and I’ll happily provide evidence over cover if you or your wedding venue require it.

Help! I don’t like my photo being taken!

I understand that a lot of people don’t like having their photographs taken so I work in a friendly and unobtrusive way to minimise any awkwardness. I never ask anybody to hold a smile or hold each other in a peculiar way. I’m all about light, details, colour and fleeting moments. Have a look through my wedding portfolio or Instagram page and you should get the idea.

Do you require us to provide you with a meal/refreshments on the day?

If your planner, venue or caterers can provide me with a meal on your wedding day, I would appreciate it. If you are unable to do so, please let me know in good time so I can organise something.

Can I let other people see my wedding photos?

Your online gallery and slideshow are password protected but, by all means, feel free to pass on the links to whoever you wish and share away on social media too.

Can my friends and family purchase any prints?

Of course. There are a number of print options in the online gallery area. Remember though, you will have the high-resolution images as well so you could pass the images onto them directly if you wish.

How do we secure our date with you?

Once we’ve had a chat and you’re both happy to proceed, you’ll need to pay a booking fee (which comes off the total cost of your wedding package). I’ll also send you a digital contract that will need to be viewed and signed too. As soon as I have both of these your booking will be confirmed.