How I APPROACH Wedding Photography

My STyle

Every wedding is unique. My aim is to capture and celebrate this uniqueness creatively and without intrusion. I photograph your day in a documentary style, as I feel that capturing real moments makes beautiful photographs that show the true story of your wedding day.

To me, wedding photography is about telling the story of your wedding day. Stories aren’t made from staring at the camera and pulling out a forced smile (you know, the one you’ve had since that first school photo at primary school). Weddings are made of real moments and real emotion and my job is to capture these, discreetly and without fuss.

Every photograph should tell the story of one small moment. It is these moments that come together to form the full story of your wedding. In the whirlwind of your wedding day, you may miss some of these moments, but when you see the photos for the first time all of the emotion will come flooding back. The look of pride, the belly laugh, the tightness of the hug. They all matter and they are the details that make your story special.

My Editing Style


When it comes to editing, I consider my style to be classic. I don’t use any filters or “looks” on my photographs as I believe these (much like the shell suit) will only age badly. I also know some photographers edit their photos to look like film. I am not one of them. I truly believe that if you want the look of film photographs, you should photograph on film. In fact, I have a whole page about my film wedding photography services.

Every photo you will receive is individually edited to make sure you get the very best from each image of your wedding day. This process takes time, meaning you will have to wait a little while for your photos, but it is truly worth it.

I believe that beautifully edited colour and black and white photography will always be in style (even if your wedding hair won’t).