Contemporary & Reportage wedding photography
I am a Sussex wedding photographer that covers weddings from Brighton to London as well as the rest of the UK. I combine modern wedding photojournalism with contemporary wedding photography and I specialise in documenting your day's events as they unfold. My wedding photography will be a story of your day: capturing the laughter, tears and emotions, photographed unobtrusively and candidly. Have a look at the brief slide show below, I hope you like an introduction to my wedding photography.
For me photography is predominantly about capturing a moment in time not a staged, contrived version of it, you can't fake a spontaneous smile or moment that has been captured. When you look back at your wedding pictures, I want you to remember the special moment that has been captured and not have the memory of posing for endless pictures but I understand that weddings are family occasions and couples may want staged family images during the day as well as images of you both. I shoot these without fuss or spending hours doing so, ensuring you can enjoy your day with your guests. I am very fortunate to have a job I love and that i am passionate about and hope it shows within my wedding photography. Please browse through my portfolio and see if I am the right photographer for you. If you wish to, you can learn a little about my photography background here.
Engagement Photography & Pre Wedding Shoots
I offer engagement photography and pre wedding shoots, some couples love the idea of a pre wedding shoot to calm the nerves, before their big day, some couples hate the idea ! I To view and example shoot please see here: Engagement Photography.
Whether you are looking for a wedding photographer in Brighton, Sussex or a wedding photographer in London, I travel extensively to cover weddings not only in Sussex and Surrey but have been lucky enough to cover weddings all over the country in counties such as Devon, Cornwall, Herefordshire, Leicestershire, Somerset, Oxfordshire, Manchester and Europe. I got married myself a few years ago so I know how it feels to be both sides of the camera, which I think has great benefits in knowing how you’re feeling on such a big day.