How long have you been a wedding photographer? 

I photographed my first wedding in 2011, the lovely Sam & Sam in Colchester, Essex. 
Since then I have had the pleasure of photographing over 120 beautiful couples and amazing weddings.


Do you travel for weddings?

Absolutely! I love to travel and visit new places!
While most of my wedding photography commissions are in Essex, London and Kent I travel and photograph weddings all over the UK and abroad.
I have a bucket list of places I would love to shoot (be sure to check it out, you may save yourself some pennies!).


How would you describe your style of wedding photography?

There are so many different words floating around to describe wedding photography styles, documentary, reportage, photojournalism just to name a few. I find it hard to summerise my style in just a few words but as a guide, I aim to photograph your wedding as unobtrusivly as possible to tell the story of your wedding day authentically. That being said, I love to step outside of the box and will not think twice about climbing a tree, hiding in a bush or going knee deep into water for 'the shot'.

How and when will we receive our photographs?

You will receive no less then 400 high resolution images via an online gallery which are then ready for instant downloading, sharing and printing. I aim to have galleries live within 4 weeks and they remain live for one month.


What if you are sick?

I have a pretty robust immune system and carry essentials in my kit (pain killers, plasters, wine gums!) but should the worst happen
and I am unable to photograph your wedding I have a network of lovely, similar styled wedding photographers that I can call on to cover.


How do we book? 

Amazing news!
I simply require a completed booking form, signed contract and a 40% non-refundable retainer fee to secure your date.
You can request the forms here. Unfortunately I am unable to hold any dates without the above.