I’ve been shooting weddings for long enough now to know what to photograph and when to photograph it. Those of you who have chatted with me already will know I have a very natural approach to wedding photography, capturing your day mostly from the behind the scenes. For the large majority of my couples, this is their reason to book! You may be camera shy or just want to look back on your memories without missing out on them yourself, but either way, that’s what I am all about.
I am typically one of the first suppliers booked when it comes to planning a wedding which I love, because I’m then in an ideal position to help you in any way I can as you plan your day. If I can offer 1 piece of advice, it’s truly that the most important person is you.
Kyle and I got married ourselves in May 2019 and planned an untraditional day because it was exactly what WE wanted. We had a festival tipi wedding at Kelmarsh Hall in Northamptonshire. No sit down meal, no first dance and I didn’t wear a white dress (hence the teal skirt, the photo you see is me!). The best bit is, we wouldn’t change a thing!
Having been through it myself, I completely understand your excitement, nerves and know how important your wedding photos will be. I hope I can be a part of your perfect day!
Throughout my website I continously talk about my natural style, but it’s not JUST the natural photos you recieve in your gallery. I explain how I document your day, so it’s only fair I explain my style when it comes to the all important group shots too. The easiest way to do this? Meet Dan.
Dan doesn’t like smiling for photos. I totally relate, because I hate my photo being taken too (as do most of my couples!)
The only thing is, it’s my goal as your wedding photographer to deliver a gallery of happy images that truly reflect your perfect day, so I will always do everything I can to make it happen.
The good thing is, I have dealt with enough ‘Dans’ in my life to know how to get a smile out of him. ‘You, in the black shirt’ ‘Yes, you’. ‘insert insult, awkward comment or funny sentence here’. Cue a candid, laughing shot and an awesome, posed, frame worthy shot of every one smiling. Woo!