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Choosing your wedding photographer is a big decision. You may have spent many years or months planning your perfect day; the venue, dress, cake, flowers, food, guest list and of course all the emotions of the day. It is the wedding photographers task to record these details and special memories of your day, as once the cake has been eaten, your wedding dress boxed and stored in the loft, it is the wedding album and pictures which will be the reminder of your amazing day and an heirloom for future generations.

I do not have a standard photography style, I believe your wedding photography should reflect your personalities, so whether it’s high fashion, natural and candid, formal or a blend of styles, I can tailor my style to compliment you.

All of my packages give you your days photographs on a private, password protected gallery on my website, so you and your family may preview the edited images. You will also receive ALL of the edited and retouched, high resolution images on a memory stick for you to print as you please.

For all of my services I will take in excess of 100 (generally 200-700) pictures from which to choose your favourite album images. My work will include a mix of relaxed, formal and reportage style shots that can be printed in colour and/or black and white.

Getting Married Abroad?

For many couples planning a destination wedding of their dreams, the organisation of the perfect day is already hard enough, without having to find a local photographer who you can communicate with and trust with one of the most important photo sessions of your lives.

For those couples who hire me, taking a chance on the quality of their precious wedding photography by hiring someone local to their chosen destination, is simply a risk they are not willing to take.

By taking me with you to your destination wedding, you will have the piece of mind offered by someone that you’ve already met, someone who knows precisely what you are looking for and above all someone that you trust!


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