bride and groom in wedding photograph reclining together on sofa in bridal suite
Kate & Rob at Gosfield Hall

Where to begin

Firstly, I know that getting your pictures taken by someone you don’t know can feel well, awkward. Wedding photography is no different.

​A lot of photographers still insist on stiff poses and keeping things impersonal. If you’re expecting a wedding photographer like that, you’ll be glad to know that’s not me.

For example, my style is a blend of photojournalistic, posed and candid photography. I make sure that I capture beautifully relaxed portraits of just the couple together throughout the venue. I also specialise in organising and taking the important family and wedding party photos efficiently. With the experience I have gained over the years I have perfected the method of getting those group sessions done in a relaxed, fun and also a timely manner. Another strong feature of my photography is capturing impromptu emotions throughout the day.

From smiles, tears, laughter and fun, I’m always looking to photograph those vital moments that sometimes last only a fraction of a second.

Feel Confident

From the moment you book, I go above and beyond to make sure you’re feeling comfortable, confident and prepared for the day. My clients are my friends, and that can be seen in the photos I deliver. Above all, I take great pride in capturing the essence of each bride and groom.

As no two weddings are alike and the style for each wedding is determined on the personality and tastes of each wedding couple.

Based near Newmarket, I am available for wedding photography in Cambridgeshire and the East of England.

No Hard Sell

There’s no pressure, no hard sell and the final price is just that, the final price.

One of the most important days of your life

Your wedding photographs are as important to me as they are to you. As a passionate photographer, no compromise is made on quality of service so you can be sure of a relaxed and enjoyable day.

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