I’m a wedding photographer based in Staffordshire
I’m primarily a Staffordshire wedding photographer but this doesn’t stop me wanting to explore as much of England, Scotland and Wales as possible. I love travel and like my portfolio to really sing a beat of difference. By not charging extra for my travel I’m able to go to all corners of this beautiful country meeting all sorts of incredible people. I’m always interested in being a destination wedding photographer for the right wedding. I’ll be waiting and I look forward to hearing your plans should you be planning to escape abroad to marry.
My personality is by far my strongest attribute. My mother is a true social butterfly and my father is an astute magician of organisation. These two have been around since day dot and have moulded my personality with the perfect concoction of traits and morals to make me literally born for this job. You will usually find me amongst the crowd laughing with your guests and challenging them to a dance off later that night.
My wedding photography is inspired by a lot of people, places, films, music, art and everything else in my life. These diverse inspirations help me curate the style you see all around you.
All of the wedding photographs I love are just my couples being them. My technique on a wedding day is simple, you do you and I’ll do me, trust me we won’t have a problem.
Although I’m part of a fair few wedding photography organisations and my work has been published in some incredible wedding magazines/wedding blogs I don’t want this to be the reason you ask me to come along for your ride. All of my couples care deeply about my work and really believe in me as a person and what I’m working towards. If you also really care about great wedding photography then don’t wait any longer, let’s chat about your day over a coffee or two.
My Twenty Eighteen Wedding Photography Round Up
Take a look back at to see my best work of 2018.
Let’s Grab a Coffee Together
I only book around 30-40 awesome weddings a year so how about a coffee?
You shouldn’t just like 1 or 2 photographs from a wedding. Fall in love with a full day feature below.
Jade & Aaron
A Hales Hall wedding with a service at Pugin’s Gem and a pit stop at a Junk Yard
Sarah & Chris
Late August Beeston Fields Walled Garden Wedding in Nottingham
Octavia & Tom
An early August wedding at St Michael’s Manor Hotel in St Albans
Jadie & Dean
A Beaconside House wedding in Devon
Allie & Dom
A late Sumer wedding at The Kings Arms Hotel in Christchurch
Amy & Gordon
A wedding at Yeldersley Hall
Phoebe & James
A windswept wedding at the Upper House Hayfield
Katie & Mark
A Wedding at The Heath House
Sophie & Alex
A scorching hot summer wedding at Sandhole Oak Barn
Sarah & Paul
A DIY late November wedding at The Cowshed at Woodhall Farm
A Wedding in Stone | Emma & Josh
A wedding at Aston Marina Boat House
Lauren & Rob
An autumnal wedding at Combermere Abbey
Jessica & Adam
A floral explosion July wedding at Curradine Barns
Emily & Steven
A Bwyty Mawddach wedding in late May
Siobhan & Ryan
A back garden wedding in Nuneaton
Rachel & Andrew