There was something particularly special about photographing Louise & Marc’s wedding in Congleton; Lou & I used to share a table in reception class at primary school, so we go way back. Thankfully I don’t have to look at my … Read More
Natural, relaxed & friendly wedding photography
I specialise in creating natural, relaxed wedding photographs for couples getting married in & around York and throughout the UK. I love working as a York wedding photographer!
My approach is discrete and informal - I take pride in capturing the natural & unique moments that occur during your wedding day, without bossing you around and telling people where to look or how to behave. The result is a timeless & honest collection of images that capture the mood, emotion and atmosphere of the day that will mean so much to you in years to come.
Please feel free to browse my portfolio to get a greater understanding of my work and read more about how I would approach your wedding day.
York Wedding Photographer
There are so many exceptionally lovely places to get married in & around York. The city has so much character and history. As a wedding photographer in York, I've documented celebrations at a number of fantastic venues; the Merchant Adventurers' Hall, The Churchill Hotel, Allerton Castle, Villa Farm, York Maze & Hotel du Vin, to name just a few!
London Wedding Photographer
I enjoy working all over the UK, and photographing weddings in the capital is no exception. London weddings are varied and interesting and I've had the pleasure of working in some truly stunning surroundings over the years. My particular favourites are The Royal Exchange, Kensington Roof Gardens, Cannizaro House, Vinopolis & The Eight Club.
Cheshire Wedding Photographer
I'm originally from Cheshire, so it's always lovely to return to the county to photograph a wedding. Cheshire has played host to a number of beautiful celebrations; from the grand surroundings of Peckforton Castle, to the elegant Nunsmere Hall Hotel and the quaint & charming Haslington Hall.
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