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Documenting Real Moments

If you are looking for a traditional wedding photographer who makes you pose for every single photo, you’ve come to the wrong place. But, let’s be honest, you hate that idea don’t you? You don’t want photographs of forced smiles that drop the second the camera is put down. You want to capture the real emotion of your wedding day in a gorgeous documentary style, seeing your family & friends as they really are; having a blast at your wedding.

Groom Hugs Father
Spilsby Wedding Kiss
A Kenwick Park Wedding in Louth
The Wedding of Rebecca & George

Chilled & Candid

Lincolnshire Wedding Photography

A Bride laughs at a jokee told by her bridesmaid at her Heckington home

Documentary Wedding Photography

As Unique As You

You’re planning a unique wedding. One that celebrates everything about you. The little things that others don’t notice, but are what make you as a couple the perfect match. You want your wedding to be one big party. A chance to gather everyone close to you and celebrate your love for each other.

My aim as your wedding photographer is to capture the raw emotions of your wedding day, the little moments that are so precious, but are over in what feels like a heartbeat. When you look at your wedding photos, it will be like stepping into a time machine (a DeLorean, obviously) that takes you back to the nerves, the laughter and the best ever kiss.

"Simply amazing! They captured our wedding so beautifully & organically."

- Sophie & Wes -
A Howell Manor Wedding

A Real Wedding Photo Film

Rebecca & George
Gunby Hall, Lincolnshire

"I can't recommend 166 Photography highly enough. They're really lovely people to have as part of your wedding day"

- Rebecca & George -
A Gunby Hall Wedding

A newly marries couple kiss in front of their hand made backdrop of paper cranes, whilst the bride sits on a retro racing bicycle

Documenting Real Moments

Candidly & Unobtrusively

Think of me as an extra wedding guest. I come dressed for a wedding (no polo shirts with my logo on here) and I love to hang out with your friends and family. I also happen to take photos that make you look amazing. Sounds perfect right?

I photograph your wedding day in a relaxed documentary style. What does that mean? Simply put, I capture natural moments as they actually happen, rather than awkward, posed images. This way you get photographs of your family and friends as they really are, having a blast at your wedding!

When looking at your wedding photos, I want you to say “Remember when we…” rather than “Do you remember when our photographer got us to…” 

Hi, I'm Carl

We'll be spending a lot of time together on your wedding day, so you probably want to know a bit more about me right?

I'm a documentary wedding photographer based in Lincolnshire who has been photographing weddings since 2014, but use the arrows below to find out about my photography journey.

Hi, I'm Carl

We'll be spending a lot of time together on your wedding day, so you probably want to know a bit more about me right?

I'm a documentary wedding photographer based in Lincolnshire who has been photographing weddings since 2014, but use the arrows below to find out about my photography journey.

Skateboarder

Skateboarding was the first reason I picked up a camera. I started taking photos of my friends and eventually ended up published in Sidewalk Magazine. The Holy Grail for UK skateboard photographers.

Music Photographer

After starting out in skateboarding, I followed my passion for music. I've photographed hundreds of bands in venues ranging from from pub backrooms to Hyde Park.

I've had my photographs featured on the BBC & national newspapers amongst many others. There is a possibility that your potential wedding photographer has also photographed your favourite band.

Writer

I write for one of the worlds largest photography blogs as well as having written articles for one of the most popular UK wedding blogs. The ironic thing is that I failed English at GCSE.

Film Photographer.

I love to shoot film. Even in the age of Photoshop there is nothing that compares with it. The look, the feel, the anxious wait to get your photos back. I love to shoot film, both at weddings and in my personal work.

In case you were wondering, my favourite film type is Portra 400.

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