Choosing your wedding photographer can be a really tough decision, after all there are so many of us to choose from! A good wedding photographer does so much more than just take photos though. It’s about understanding our couples, knowing what they want, and how to achieve that, as well as melting away all their wedding worries.
Read on to find out why I'm so emotionally invested in your wedding photography.
You Like My Style
This is the most important thing when considering a wedding photographer. Do you want beautiful, natural and vibrant images? My images are crisp, clean and full of colour but I also provide a selection of timeless black and white photographs, guaranteed to never go out of style.
Even though the majority of my work is candid, I do also guide couples into poses to help them get the best out of their images, as well as doing group shots for those that want them.
You Love The Special Touches
Because so do I! In the run up to your wedding you will receive lots of information from me. From the welcome pack you receive after you book, to the top tips brochure I send out around a month before the wedding, and then the beautiful box of goodies you’ll receive with your final images, you’ll see my attention to detail goes way beyond my ability to capture your wedding day accessories.
I'll Look After You
I love getting to know my clients before their wedding. Not only because it means they are more relaxed with me on the day, leading to more natural photographs but because I really care. You deserve the most wonderful day and if there is anything I, or any of your service providers can do to help make your day extra special, then we owe it to our couples to do that. I’m often told that I go above and beyond, often in the form of:
Helping the bride into her dress because all the bridesmaids are wearing fake nails (this happens a lot!)
Taking off my shirt for the bride to stand on so her dress didn’t get so soggy in the mud (what a legend she was, going out for photos in the rain – it was totally worth it!)