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The way I shoot wedding photography is known as documentary style. What does that mean? It means I am there to capture an honest, real story of your day. I try to stay as unobtrusive as possible, capturing moments, details and emotions as they happen. I'm very careful with the amount of time taken for the formal photographs on the day. I hate the thought of taking you away from the wedding party for hours, with you spending most of the your day staring down the lens of my camera. 

My documentary style does not take anything away from my creative or artistic side, these things all combine to create the perfect wedding photographs. I love being able to capture all the special moments knowing that my work will be cherished and looked back on for years.


 I picked up my first DSLR camera when I was 16 and then went on to study photography and media.  When asked to photograph my first wedding, I nervously agreed not realising what it would lead to. I was instantly hooked and knew I wanted to become a full time photographer. Now, fast forward 10 years and I’m a recommended wedding photographer for various venues and my job has taken me all over the UK and abroad!


Any free time I can find is mostly spent photographing landscapes. I love London and spend a lot of time there finding new locations and different views of the architecture and skyline. Having flexible working hours means I'm lucky enough to travel and I'll often go on spontaneous journeys to new places, waking up at 3am to shoot a sunrise or walking for miles down the beautiful English coastline. Wherever I am, I will always have my camera close by! 

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