How long have you been doing photography?
I studied photography at college when I left school. I went on to do a few work experience placements and a stint in Jessops where I got tech savvy. Finally I took the plunge into wedding photography with the help of the Princes Trust in 2014.
Are you insured?
Do you bring back up equipment?
Do you do group photos?
I do. I recommend making a list of around 10 group pics, this is a good number which means you won’t be away from your guests too long but will also get the key group pics covered. Of course if you don’t want any group photos at all that’s also fine.
We hate having our photo taken?!?
Most people do – me included! I will be on hand to subtly direct you intothe best locations and light. I will take lots of unobtrusive photos to capture natural smiles and moments. I’m pretty easy to be around and myclients always say I’ve been a relaxing influence on the day.
How do you work?
I follow the day taking lots of photos of moments as they unfold. After the wedding ceremony I will take a hand full of group photos and then whisk you away to capture photos of just the two of you.
What is your style?
Natural. Cinematic sometimes ethereal.
How many photos will we get?
This is always a difficult one, every wedding is different but I would say a minimum of 500 images for a full day of coverage.
Do you do albums?
Each wedding gallery is presented with a personalised shop. Here you will find a selection of carefully selected fine art books, prints and wallart. All my suppliers provide professional quality items for heirlooms that are extra special.
What happens if you get ill?
I have a list of trusted photographers that I will contact to cover your day. If these are unavailable you will be refunded in full.
How do we book?
To book I just ask for a booking fee of £250 and signed wedding contract. The remaining balance will be due one month before your wedding date.