I shoot weddings with a photojournalistic approach, using photography to tell the story of your day. I believe the small in-between moments are just as important as big ones.
Scroll down this page to get a feel for my style of photography by viewing my most recent wedding days!
Sweeney Hall is a boutique hotel located outside of the market town Oswestry. Surrounded by the Shropshire Countryside, the venue was the perfect setting for a wedding.
The staff were so attentive throughout the day to the bride and groom, their guests and me!!
The beauty of Sweeney Hall and the quiet of the Shropshire countryside make for a gorgeous wedding venue.
I loved taking Charlotte and Ian's wedding portraits. It was so easy to get amazing photographs as they were both so sweet and relaxed. You may have already noticed they are the couple on my website homepage!
Click the button below to read more and most importantly see the photographs of their day (make sure to look out for the wedding cake, it is super cool).
There are so many brilliant photographers out there who all have different styles. It is so important you find a photographer who will document your day in a way you like!
Take a look at the recent wedding days I have photographed to see my work. If you feel like we would be a good fit send contact me! I can't wait to chat about your day.
The Faenol Fawr in Bodelwyddan, St. Asaph is an Elizabethan country house hotel. The venue is cosily tucked away in the North Wales countryside and accessed along a tree-lined driveway. The Faenols gardens are very pretty and well kept, perfect for drinks with guests in the summer and taking formal photographs.
As the venue for Steve and Steph's wedding, The Cock O Barton was perfect! I loved that the venue was open plan and so it felt like the guests were together all day. Steve and Stephs wedding was so lively. All of the guests got on so well and were ready to celebrate the newlyweds!
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