Bride and groom stood on Cromwell Bridge during Shireburn Arms wedding | Shireburn Arms Wedding Photography


As a wedding photographer, my sole aim is to capture moments, real moments, that will transport you back not just to remembering your wedding day but how you felt on your wedding day. It’s all in the detail but for me a well captured photograph has to be in context to tell the true story within.
A photograph can speak a thousand words.
The reason I became a photographer was because I loved looking at old photographs with my grandparents. They were able to tell be a full story behind any photograph in any album. That’s what I find so fascinating about photography.
I want you to relive your wedding day every day. I want you to remember how it felt when your veil ran through your fingers. How excited you felt as you stepped out of your wedding car. How much your face ached from laughing so much during the speeches and how much fun you had dancing the night away with your best friends. Most of all how much love you felt from those little tender touches of your soul mate.

Bride with blonde hair laughing as small brown dog licks the groom on the nose at Hurlston Hall wedding


I am extremely pleased that my work has been recognised with awards by many of the world’s leading wedding photography organisations including Fearless, ISPWP, Masters of Wedding Photography, BIPP, This is Reportage, Wedisson and Wedding Photography Select. It’s a huge honour to be recognised as one of the best wedding photographers in the UK.
All that being said the ultimate win for me is the lovely comments and testimonials I have received from my past brides and grooms. Most of whom are now good friends of mine. It’s a massive privilege to be welcomed into families on a wedding day to capture real moments, one that I have never once taken for granted.

Fathers emotional reaction as he sees bride in wedding dress for the first time


I’m a documentary wedding photographer which means I’ll be there documenting the complete story of your wedding day from beginning to end. There’s nothing posed and nothing staged. It’s all real natural moments and raw emotion. I want you to look back at each and every one of your wedding photographs and remember exactly how you felt exactly in the moment. That’s apart from your family formal group photographs which I understand are important, these naturally require a little direction but don’t worry I wont have you saying cheese. For the majority of your special day you will mostly find me acutely placed within your guests capturing the fun, laughter and tears alongside all their true emotions and natural reactions so I can tell the honest story of your wedding day. For me, a real moment beats a staged photograph every time.


I have a massive passion for wedding photography, I love hosting wedding photography workshops and mentoring for wedding photographers to assist them in growing in their own unique way. There is always room to grow and things to help you progress your photography business in the ever evolving industry. I offer a range of workshops and 1-2-1’s from portfolio building and shooting workshops to business mentoring to give you the push to make your passion a successful wedding photography business.

Creative off camera flash portrait of the groom hugging the bride from behind with abstract orange shapes filling the image | Foxfields Country House Wedding Photography

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