Some may class me as a fine art photographer. I’m not one for labels, but it is true that I favour a timeless approach to wedding photography.  I have always been drawn to pictures that are romantic, beautiful and full of soul.  Being truly alive is to feel things deeply, and I love photographs that reflect that philosophy.

As a film wedding photographer, I love to capture pictures using natural light as this gives a beautifully soft look, and the relaxed glamour of film suits weddings in the UK perfectly.

On the day itself, I favour an unobtrusive style. During your portraits and group shots, I can lend gentle direction that will help you to feel natural in front of the camera. For the remainder of the day, I am in the background, photographing you and your guests having the time of your lives.

It is my intention that twenty, thirty, forty years from now, when you open your wedding album, you will still feel the same thrill as you did the day you first saw your pictures. To ensure that happens, I take great care over the images. When I shoot, when I edit, when I design an album, I am always considering how the photos will look in years to come.

Your wedding album will not be banished to the back of a cupboard, but looked at, touched, loved. It will become part of the fabric of your lives, a book you revisit to remember those you have loved and possibly lost, and to remember a day when they dressed up in their finery to celebrate your love.  A Jenny Packham dress and Valentino shoes are fun for a day, but it is the pictures of your favourite faces that you will value the most as life flashes passed.

If you love the sound of this, get in touch and we can create some beautiful memories for you to keep forever.