But do you Shoot Portraits?

One thing you’ll always see lot of on wedding photographer’s sites but not on mine is a collection of portraits. There is good reason for this. Over the years I’ve developed a style of photography that strives to tell the true story of your wedding day. I call this documentary style wedding photography that you could describe as natural, candid, or…

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Vows on Pansy Island – Elopement style

Rahul and Kelly chose to have an absolutely private moment together saying their vows on the exquisite Pansy Island of Bazaruto, Mozambique. A vast change of scenery from their home in the UK. At the stroke of low tide Pansy Island emerged from the ocean like a mythical mermaid. The dedicated team from the Anantara Resort then jumped into their…

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Make Memories. Not Photos.

One day while shooting the brides prep with hair and make up and champagne and everything that goes along with it, the bride’s mother turned to me with a shocked look on her face and said: ‘I haven’t taken a single photo yet!’ She had been conditioned, as many of us are, to think that the key to making great,…

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Sincere Documentary Wedding Photography

I am a documentary wedding photographer. If you’re looking for your wedding story to be told as an honest reflection of your beautiful day, then I’d like you to consider choosing me. Candid: ‘sincere, free from reservation, informal, unposed’ My preferred way of photographing weddings is in a documentary or candid style. Allowing the day to unfold with minimal distraction…

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