With a list of just over 2,000 wedding photographers in the UK, the Hen Heaven team have been researching the best of the best, in order to list the top photographers in the country. It was incredibly hard whittling it down to our final list, with so many unbelievable talents in this creative country. If you have a wedding coming up or know someone that is, we strongly recommend considering one of the following professionals to save the magic moments from your big day.
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I specialise in creative, stylish and relaxed wedding photography. For me it's important to allow people to be themselves and enjoy the day, with natural smiles and laughter as it always makes for better photos. Then I can take care of the lighting and angles. My style is defined by three words: 'Love’ I’m trying to capture the essence of two people who love each other enough to say that they want to spend the rest of the lives together, surrounded by all the people most important to them. 'Fun’ – whether you’re a traditional, quirky, alternative, vintage or a rock n roll bride & groom, you should relax be yourselves, have fun, and just enjoy it – and then allow the pictures to reflect that. Don’t worry I’ll be mostly blending into the day capturing it all as it all unfolds and only step in where we’ve agreed or if it’s really needed. 'Style’ – I’ll always strive to make you both 'look good’ especially in the parts of the day where I get to spend a few moments with you and hopefully produce some pictures you’ll be proud of and happy to show your friends.
I was in my late 30s when I first lifted a lens to capture a wedding and I think this has been a huge advantage. My background was in radio broadcasting, nearly four years of that spent with Radio 1; good training I think for staying calm in times of high energy and focus, which perfectly describes weddings. My approach has a strong documentary flavour and I prefer a photojournalist style, though I’m not a shrinking violet if I’m asked to capture family portraits. I think there is legacy to that part of a day too; it’s just that I think you don’t need to spend hours doing it. I’m a documentary photographer at heart, which means I tell the story of someone’s day without wishing to change it, or orchestrate it. As a photographer I developed a style of wedding capture called Photofilms, essentially a fusion of sound from the day, and stills. I find myself often fulfilling the role that would have been claimed by the videographer, as sound is the driving force behind clients’ desires to have their loved ones speeches captured. You can see examples of the Wedding Photofilms on my website and they’ve certainly become a USP in the way I photograph and present weddings.
I’m a wedding photographer by trade with a passion for people watching. I want my wedding photographs to be snapshots of real, uncontrived but tender moments in time. Weddings are where I ply my trade, but really it’s just "people being people" – they happen to be at weddings. I shoot with the small cameras and always with natural light only. This allows me to shoot the wedding from the inside out, rather than be the photographer looking in from the outskirts with a telephoto lens. I want my clients to be taken right back to that moment in time when the image was exposed and see it from their guest’s eye view. It’s imperative to me that my clients don’t remember their wedding day as a fashion shoot with the photographer. I’d rather they forget entirely about me, but in 50 years’ time when they are showing their grandchildren the pictures of their wedding they can point to real moments, real people, real photographs. I don’t pose or direct anything at all at a wedding. My role is an observer and the curator of the memories. I’m not there to make those memories, I’m there to capture them.
My name is Marianne Taylor and I love photographing people in love. I’ve created pictures for as long as I can remember, and I don’t think I’ll ever get bored of the joy that it brings me. My philosophy in life is that there is beauty to be found in everything and everyone, and that capturing and remembering those all-important moments – whether big or small – is what adds some magic into life. I believe that my genuine interest in people and my dedication to beauty shows through in my pictures. In 2012 I was chosen as the national winner for Best Wedding Photographer at The Wedding Industry Awards and I’m currently shortlisted for Best Photographer at The UK Wedding Awards 2016. My wedding work has been published in several magazines such as Cosmopolitan Bride, Wedding, Perfect Wedding, Martha Stewart Wedding, Wedding Flowers and You & Your Wedding. My personal photography has been published on book covers, featured in several magazines – both online and in print – and has also been a part of an exhibition at Tate Britain. I love helping other creatives grow and have extended this love into the Her Lovely Heart brand, where I enjoy sharing my knowledge in the form of inspirational & actionable blog content and free resources aimed at photographers and other creative business owners. I also offer mentoring services, workshops and other training resources for those who want to dig deeper still. I am passionate about life & beauty, and finding a quieter way to be successful.
In 1993 Jeff and Sarah Ascough established their business with the aim of providing their clients with world class, unobtrusive wedding photography and the very best customer service. Two decades later their multi-award winning wedding photography has garnered international acclaim and a clientele which includes Kevin Pietersen and Jessica Taylor, Ed O'Brien from Radiohead, John Allen Nelson, Mitch Winehouse, Kevin Keegan, Jill Halfpenny, Ian Kelsey, Phil Manzanera, and many others. Over the years Jeff & Sarah have covered more than 1500 weddings nationally and further aﬁeld; from the castles of Scotland to the chateaux of France; the boutique hotels of Manchester to the historic buildings of London. Their assignments have taken them from Liverpool to the Amalﬁ coast, the Lake District to the canals of Amsterdam, and everywhere in between. The Ascough’s cover every wedding together with Jeff’s images bringing together geometry and rhythm, light and composition whereas Sarah’s fascination with people is reﬂected in her multi-layered compositions which often contain humour and juxtaposition. Together they offer a wonderfully rounded and authentic coverage of the wedding day providing pictures which are not only pleasing to the eye, but have content which evokes an emotional response from the viewer.
Alan Hutchison Photography is Husband and Wife team Alan and Morag who, as well as photographing weddings throughout the UK, manage their fast growing portrait studio in Stirling, Central Scotland. Both Alan and Morag are fully qualified photographers and have been photographing weddings together since 2009. The couple very quickly made an impact on the Wedding Photography scene - Alan won the SWPP Members' Choice Wedding Photographer of the Year 2010 and the MPA Scottish Region’s Most Promising Photographer of the Year 2011. Since then, the couple have won countless awards for their work and are regular speakers at photography conventions and seminars. Alan likes to describe his style as "Weddings with WOW", purely because that was the reaction of his couples when they came back in to view their wedding photographs. "We’re a little different in that our style is a mix of documentary, traditional and contemporary all rolled into one - our real focus however are our couple shots, where we really aim for quality, and for something that the happy couple will be delighted to hang proudly on their wall".
Hello, I'm Sam! I'm a creative documentary wedding photographer. I live in Bristol and photograph weddings all around the UK and abroad. I've been a wedding photographer for 5 years full time, and before that I was a documentary film maker at the BBC. I bring a lot of experience of proper documentary making to how I work at weddings - not interrupting or posing people but instead letting them relax and be themselves and by putting them at ease so quickly I get really lovely, natural images that people love. I absolutely love photographing weddings - the nerves, excitement, laughter and emotions on the day are so special to witness and record for people. I work really hard to give my couples an amazing experience from start to finish and I want them to relax and enjoy themselves and have the best day of their lives.
On Christmas day 2009 my father gifted me a single, perfectly wrapped present. It had a single note on the top, which read 'Follow Your Dreams'. The present was a Nikon D700. A year later I had turned professional, and after three years I'd won The Best Wedding Photographer in Englend (twice!) and become the top UK Fearless Photographer (and still am). My dream was twofold; firstly, to offer couples a genuine, heartfelt story of their wedding day and secondly, do so as creatively and beautifully as possible. The awards are a representation of my constant drive to achieve, refine and develop these dreams. I still do so today; every wedding I shoot I'm grateful for, and I treat couples and guests as old friends, and do my absolute best to showcase their weddings through an artistic and honest vision.
I’ve been a professional photographer for well over a decade, shooting hundreds of weddings of all faiths and cultures across the UK and overseas. My reportage style has developed into a highly distinct form of honest and authentic coverage. I began my photographic career as a photographer’s assistant in the fashion and advertising industries, where I truly learnt the business of photography. My influences come in many forms but in terms of photographers who inspire me… the work of Sam Abell for his compositional genius, Martin Parr for satirical observation and Ed Kashi for storytelling are always points of reference for me.
We are Chris and Verity Sansom, a husband and wife team based Yorkshire and covering weddings worldwide. Over the past 5 years we have shot a little over 240 weddings and made a name for ourselves as two of the UKs best wedding photographers. We are incredibly proud to have been included in Junebug Weddings 'Best of the Best’ Engagements and Weddings, we’ve won ISPWP, WPS, MYwed and WPJA awards among others and last year we were named as two of Rangefinder Magazine’s ’30 Rising Stars of Wedding Photography in the World’. Wedding photography is much more than a job to us, it’s an art, and a passion that we both share. It’s that passion that keeps us working hard and pushing to create unique imagery that our clients haven’t seen before. We’re incredibly lucky to be able to do something we love for a career, even better – we get to do it all together.
I’m Ryan, I love photography, family and football. You’re looking at this site because you are looking for someone to photograph your wedding. So let me tell you about me and the way I work. Like weddings, wedding photography has moved a long way from the tired and traditional. A good wedding photographer will shoot your wedding in a photo journalistic documentary style. Telling the story of your day through beautiful timeless pictures. Your wedding day shouldn’t be directed by your photographer. In fact for the most part your photographer should go unnoticed as they document your day in the most unobtrusive way possible. Capturing all the amazing moments as you experience them, and some of the quirkier ones you might miss. No contrived shots and absolutely no requests to say 'cheese’. I have shot over 500 weddings and I can tell you that no two weddings are the same as no two stories are the same. So you can’t go into shooting a wedding with a set routine, a copycat approach! My approach is to just shoot the day as it unfolds with images that tell that story of your day. Images that will have the power to emotionally transport you back to a specific moment on your wedding day. Yes there may be group shots that you want and that’s fine. They can be taken quickly, naturally and without fuss, creating interesting group pictures that you will want to look at again and again. As a good photographer will ensure that in each and every shot you and your guests look fabulous! I worked for many years as a professional photographer for the FA, covering international fixtures all over the world, and when I’m not working now I can be found on the touchlines shooting for the national press. Experience in sports photography has been invaluable to me when shooting weddings. I know that there is only one fleeting chance to get that shot, and at a wedding that might be a split second glance between a bride and her father, a joke shared between the groom and his best man, a child’s delight at receiving a gift. Tiny details that help to tell the story of your day. Your wedding day starts as soon as you wake up, and goes on to well into the night and I will be there for as much of that day as you want. In the evening of my weddings, I like to get creative with the lighting and take some high impact images. These are what I call the 'wow’ shots, allowing me to offer my clients something unique. Though based in Yorkshire, I shoot weddings all over the UK and destination weddings further afield. Often my clients have moved away from Yorkshire and are returning home to get married. In many cases it is the start of a working relationship that sees me photographing all the significant moments of their family lives. But that’s enough chat from me, please browse the site. Hopefully, my images will speak for themselves.
Pixies in the Cellar, aka Pete & Sara, so where to start? Best place I guess would be the cellar, hence the name – it’s where they work their Pixie magic once the wedding day is over. With Manchester as their home turf, these guys shoot weddings across the whole of the UK, to much critical acclaim. With a style described as unique, friendly, stunning, spectacular, artistic, creative, experimental and photographic ninjas to boot - its no wonder that they get snapped up quickly. For a snapshot of what you can expect from Pixies in the Cellar check out their short video of 2015 - https://vimeo.com/140409088
Based in the South of England, I travel throughout the UK and abroad. I aim to capture those moments and intimacy that make up a wedding in a unique style special to the couple. I'm a highly skilled photo editor and always find myself fulfilling special requests from couples who want that little something extra. Wedding photography is a journey for me and I love every minute of my travels. The way I shoot on the day is supportive, gentle and understanding. I like the kooky and the fun side of people. The photos I take will reach out and grab you, some will make you double take and others you'll have no idea how I took them. I also prefer to stay late at weddings because if I’m going to record a day then I’d prefer to do it properly. Plus all sort of crazy stuff happen in the evening!
I have been photographing weddings full time since 2007 but shot my first one in 2002. In this time I have photographed well over 200 weddings all over the UK and abroad. In 2013 I was extremely honoured to discover that I had won Wedding Photographer Select’s international wedding photographer of the year award as well as their award for the Best Wedding Image of the Year. This was followed up in 2014 when Fearless Photographers ranked me as their Best UK Wedding Photographer and Best English Wedding Photographer over a period of 18 months which I still find a little bit mind blowing! I’d describe myself as a creative documentary wedding photographer who is passionate about turning my clients most cherished memories into unique timeless artworks for them to treasure forever. Ultimately I love telling stories by documenting those special moments that define relationships and evoke emotion. I try to do this in the most dynamic and visually interesting way that I can. I genuinely feel very fortunate to be in a job that feeds me creatively and makes other people very happy. There can’t be many jobs where you relish receiving an email from your clients telling you that your work has reduced them to tears!
Growing up I tended to carry a football, a tennis racket and a camera. Dreams of professional sports stardom soon evaporated but the camera always remained. I went on to study Photography and Film Making at College and progressed to have a career in TV & Video Production. I believe it is this background in storytelling that helped me develop my own unique style of wedding photography. Over the last decade I have photographed the varied special moments throughout the day that build to create the whole story of the wedding. With cinematic influences my style has a natural feel but with more than a nod to the glamour of film. I have shot weddings throughout the UK and Europe and won various International Wedding Photography awards. I love spending my time capturing a unique day in the lives of my clients and then providing them with a beautiful way to access those memories all over again.
Named a worldwide 'Rising Star of Wedding Photography' by Rangefinder magazine, Weddings Vintage is one of the pioneers in modern vintage wedding photography providing artful cinematic photography in a natural, relaxed style, capturing the day as its own unique documentary. We see every wedding day as a new adventure we'd love to be a part of yours. We are dedicated to telling the story of your day without cliches. We promise to deliver soulful photography that is a celebration of your identity and personality, your love and that of your family and friends. We want to create memories you can look back on - all the cheeky grins, bear hugs, secret hand holding, belly laughs, tears, lumps in your throat - and remember the day like it was yesterday. We are based in England but travel all around the world for weddings - Europe, America, Canada you name it. If you believe in us we can make it happen. No wedding too small or large.
I'm a full-time, award-winning pro photographer and I witness some pretty cool moments every weekend. I’m a fan of people, colourful sunsets, big skies, the beauty of nature, the nature of beauty, football, high adventure, family moments, good friends, dynamic architecture, epic histories, my cool children, inspiring autobiographies…I could go on (I probably already have!). Travelling was / is also a passion of mine and in a previous life I joined the Royal Navy and served for 12 years as a photographer across the globe in settings as diverse as Singapore to Sierra Leone. I did indeed 'see the world’ and loved the camaraderie and excitement but decided follow my dream and swap dodging bullets for bouquets a number of years ago. If my style of imagery was to have a few labels attached to it I'll go for anti-cheese, fresh and super-relaxed. Non-traditional labels but then I'm not a traditional style photographer. I push myself hard to create something unique at every wedding and hopefully you'll see a whole lot of this in the blog and the galleries on my website
For me, wedding photography is all about the people - emotions. connections, *real* moments. I don't think the photographer should have any input in your day at all, but should rather capture it exactly as it happens - yet creatively, and artistically. That's why I've used an image of the bride and her mum to represent me here; it's images like this that truly resonate with me, they're what I love to capture. Based in Cornwall, I shoot all over the UK and Europe, and have been honoured to have been named one of the 30 Rising Stars of Wedding Photography in the World by Rangefinder magazine, have won 'Best Reportage Wedding Photographer' for three years running (SWWA 2013, 2014 & 2015), and just recently won 'Best Wedding Photographer in the South West 2016' at The Wedding Industry Awards.
I'm David Wilkins and together, with my wife, I work as Alchemy Photography. I'm one quarter Cornish and I live in the beautiful county of Cornwall with my wife, Christine, and our two daughters. It is an ideal place to combine my twin passions for Landscape and Wedding photography. My Photography Studio is a log cabin in my garden. My background is in Medicinal Chemistry research, probably not every wedding photographer's starting career but you do need to be very creative when designing drug molecules. When I moved down to Cornwall in 2001 I spent much of my time on the coastal path photographing the breathtaking Cornish Landscape. In 2010 I left my chemistry career to become a full time professional photographer. I did my first wedding in 2011 and, by wedding No 6, I was hooked it was the best feeling ever to capture a wedding and produce images that mean so much to the Bride & Groom. Last year I did my 200th wedding, I'm delighted that it's grown so fast. I love looking at other wedding photographers' work and among the photographers that I admire and follow are Jerry Ghionis for the way he uses light, and Alex Beckett and Ken Lam for the wonderful compositions they produce, though there are many others from whom I have drawn inspiration. One of the proudest moments of my career was when we spent 4 days on St Martin's Island on the Isles of Scilly, capturing the wedding of Ruth and Warren. They live on the Island and invited the whole population to the wedding (about 100 people!) It was just the most amazing time.
I was born in North Devon in a decade where free love was a new concept and United were the 1st English team to win the European cup. As a kid I loved all things sport in fact any sport that kept me out of the classroom, ironic that I met and married a school teacher. I spent the early part of my working life serving with the Royal Marines in various spots around the globe. On leaving the services, life was a scary place! I put my supervisory and organisational skills to good use by joining the NHS as a manager. However, at the same time I began to develop my passion for photography and wanted to be the go to Photographer. Finally I took the ultimate plunge and started shooting wedding photography, converting a much-loved hobby into a career. During my now 10 year career I’ve had the privilege to work alongside some of the best photographers in the world and don’t regret a single day. With all my life experiences I guess I’m a pretty chilled out individual, who without wanting to gloat, has the best job in the world.
Hello, I am Jeff, a full-time wedding photographer based in Surrey. I am fully qualified with the Guild of Wedding Photographers, I am certified with The Photographer Academy and I have won multiple prestigious national awards for my wedding photography. From an early age, I had a very strong interest in photography and as a young boy I always used my parents’ 110 film format camera, taking photographs of everyone and everything. I grew up using 35mm film cameras and by the time I graduated from the University of Leicester, I was starting to embrace the modern age of photography, turning to digital DSLRs. Before establishing my wedding photography career, I was employed in the IT sector for over a decade, and since establishing my own business, I've never looked back, and I now absolutely love what I do. I have a continually growing list of delighted couples and many many new friends!
I’m a wedding photojournalist based out of Leicestershire but covering the whole of the UK. My work has won me numerous awards (which, of course, I’m proud of but I’m not going to bore you with here – well, maybe just a couple: The Wedding Photojournalist Association’s 'UK Photojournalist of the Year’ and the Wedding Industry Awards 'Best Wedding Photographer’ for the East Midlands region three times). My wedding shoots are based on observation and anticipation in a pure photojournalistic approach, so the REAL moments and emotions of the day are caught on camera. Your images will be entirely natural and emotive, and absolutely timeless. With me, there’s no standing around in stiff poses and all sorts of awkward and contrived compositions that eat into your time and enjoyment of the big day. The key with me is that you’ll hardly know I’m even there; I blend in and am thoroughly unobtrusive. The result? My couples just get to enjoy the biggest day of their lives with their loved ones!
I love to photograph weddings that are unique and quirky and my couples book me for my creativity as well as my photojournalism. I trained in digital arts and photography and moved to a career in teaching before becoming a full time photographer. My passion lies in capturing moments and telling the story of the wedding day through photographing real and un-posed situations. I also love to be creative, using the environment as well as my own lighting to create different and artistic imagery for my couples. I love to meet new people and visit new places. What keeps me going is the fact that each wedding is different and presents one off opportunities to capture something special.
I started out in medical photography but I’ve been photographing off beat weddings up and down the UK since setting up in business in 2006. Swapping blood and gore for smiling faces at awesome weddings was really not a contest. Last year I was voted one of the 100 Best Wedding Photographers in the World and the year before one of the UKs Top Ten Quirky and Creative Wedding Photographers. How epic, and all for doing a job I love. I love the way your all planning your weddings these days. Gone is custom and formality and, for someone often described as unconventional and a tad eccentric, photographing your take on getting hitched is a blast. I find tradition too restrictive I like to be creative and spontaneous and have fun. Who wants to stand in fake poses or to have their guests hang around for hours waiting to be photographed in groups? Like happy memories images should still make you smile in years to come. I seem to find so much to laugh about for me, as Charlie Chaplin said, 'A day without laughter is a day wasted.’ I’m inspired by what is going on around me at the time rather than having set ideas about how I want things to look. What’s going on is what’s real, and how it was. I’m pretty sure it shows up in my imagery, as the couples who book me say they love the laid back, fun and unusual way I see things. But it’s because that’s how they see things too, consciously or not. We click because like attracts like.
We are Dominic & Zoe Wright, the creative brains and dynamic force behind multi award winning Dominic Wright Photography. Our boundless energy, absolute passion and dedication to our art, and most importantly our love of our clients has seen our business boom, gain regular national press coverage both online and in print, and our services sought after both in the UK and Overseas. We are married, we understand weddings and we love people. We thrive on variety, and relish the uniqueness of each individual event , what it means to our clients, and understanding their vision of how they want their memories to be captured. Whether we’ve been shooting a large society wedding with the Prime Minister in attendance or a wedding where we’ve been not just the photographers but the only guests and witnesses (and indeed anything and everything in between) the buzz and privilege we feel is immense. Proud moments & awards: ß Nationwide SWPP Photography Business of the Year 2012, Prestigious SWPP Fashion photographer of the year 2013, SWPP Gold award winner in 2013 and 2015, SWPP lecturer - training photographers across the world, International photography trainer on world renowned Brett Florens Photography schools, Named as one of the UK's top wedding photographers for the last 3 years.
I’m Adele, the business owner of Blue Lights Photography which was set up by myself back in October 2009. Branching out on my own into the industry was a scary and exciting thing and now, almost 7 years later I definitely haven’t looked back. One of the things I enjoy most about being a photographer is finding out more about my couples, the details, the things that make them click and make then such a great couple and being able to share in those special moments. I’ve won or been finalist for Awards such as The Weddings Industry Awards, Wedding Industry Experts and Wedding Idea’s Magazine Awards but my proudest moments of my job is definitely the amazing feedback I get from my clients. Lots of my couples tell me that I am not just their photographer, that I am their friend and like a member of their extended family and it makes my job just all the little bit more amazing.
I always find it a bit difficult writing about me as I’m usually the one asking you all the questions, but hello, I’m Lee and I’m a wedding photographer from Cambridge. I studied photography at college but drifted away from it until 4 years ago when I went along to help another photographer shoot a wedding. I was then hooked and the rest is history! So you won’t be surprised to hear that I love weddings. I love everything about them. Everyone’s happy and in high sprits which creates the most magical atmosphere. Every wedding is unique, and it’s always great to see the couples personalities shine through on the day. It’s so wonderful to be able to capture peoples genuine emotions and reactions that they’ll look back on for many years to come. For me it’s all about the connection of two people that are in love. So there you have it that’s basically why I do what I do.
Hello, I’m Hannah from Alma Photography. I hope you like my picture of a groom with a jaunty top hat and his amused bride. I chose it because it’s a good example of what I do; tell stories through photos with a bit of humour. This is sometimes called documentary or narrative photography. When I’m shooting a wedding, I try to be unobtrusive and capture all those little glances, and how gorgeous you look and the joy of your guests. It’s a style I learnt when I was studying photography at Uni and it underpins my work whatever I’m photographing. I love it when clients say "the photos exceeded what we hoped for and we hardly knew you were there!". I’m based in Kent and cover weddings all over the UK. I have two small children and frizzy hair, both require daily taming!
Photography has always been my real passion where I find happiness in capturing places, people and moments. Although I was trained in IT, and worked as an engineer for BT, I never felt entirely happy in an IT role. I wished I could be outdoors more as I am a person who love the outdoors. Encouraged by my wife, I asked if I could be a second photographer at her colleague's wedding 5 years ago, I produced a disc of images and an album for the couple, and was told by them that they liked my photographs more than the official photographer's. I decided to work hard and pursue my 'dream' of working as a photographer, so I went about to set up my own website, blog, and social media sites to establish 'Ken Lam Photography'. I was lucky to be approached by a couple in Amsterdam to photograph their wedding in Disneyworld in Florida. That was my first 'destination' wedding photo-shoot. Over the following years, I was commissioned for more wedding work that it became impossible to sustain 2 jobs anymore, a 'daytime' job and my photography 'evening/weekend' job. Eventually, with the blessings of my family, I decided to resign from my job at BT and concentrated on my photography. My proudest moment in my career was in 2009, when I submitted my image to the "Kodak UK Wedding Photographer of the Year" national competition, I did not expect that out of over 2000 prints submitted, Kodak selected my print as the best print, and presented me with the prestigious award of being "Kodak UK Wedding Photographer of the Year". I consider myself very fortunate to be able to work as a photographer, meeting wonderful people and amazing places as part of this photography journey. I have since travelled to Malaysia, Hong Kong, Aruba, Paris, Santorini for weddings and also work locally around Newcastle at amazing venues such as Wynyard Hall, Lartington Hall, Lumley Castle, Matfen Hall, Slaley Hall, Leeds Castle and other venues across UK. I love working at a wedding and always try to create a combination of fresh and classic images, and not forgetting to capture those pivotal, precious moments. Someone once asked me:" How do I work in a wedding?" I say "I capture the images as if this is what I would like my wedding images to look like". This is how I create my best works.
Travis Levius is an award-winning American photographer and travel/lifestyle writer based in London. The upbeat and globetrotting twentysomething began his career shooting for international clients in celebrity events, fashion and architecture. He found his passion for photographing weddings in 2011, using his strong photojournalistic background and lauded vision to create work that, according to he, truly matters. Travis’ clients and features include The Daily Mail, Yahoo!, MSN, Oprah.com, AOL, Tiffany & Co., and Oscar de la Renta.
I am Cornwall based photographer with a passion for creatively capturing your wedding day. With fifteen years’ experience working as a wedding photographer, I have also studied photojournalism and have an M.A. in Photography. I aim to capture the complete story of your wedding day - the events, the people, the emotions and images as they happen. I have a journalistic approach to wedding photography that creates candid, informal and spontaneous photographs. Artistically trained, I have an eye for detail, art and light. My aim is to create wedding photographs and honest portraits that you will love and cherish. "Shaun was fantastic when he was our wedding photographer, we wanted natural shots that weren’t too posed or overly serious and that’s what he provided. He blended in with the wedding party perfectly so you didn’t really know he was there!" Mr & Mrs Jacks, Brighton
In 1998, I discovered photography, which was my fate, I bought my first SLR for 100 quid, And really loved what it did. Now I own several D.S.L.R's Which cost the same as a couple of cars, They've taken me far and wide, Much further than a four wheel drive. Within my family is a photographic history, I'm also the proud owner of a Photographic Arts degree, My granddad photographed people on the beach, And my other granddad photographed for Austin motors at their peak. I love to tell stories with pictures, And fill my calendar up with wedding fixtures, I'm silly yet when needed can be serious, Capturing the perfect picture, can make me feel delirious. To add skills to my credit, I should tell you that I edit, To make sure you're totally happy After I've gone snappy snappy I've lived in the Devon Country and the London City, Which can both be very pretty, I don't know which I prefer, I love exploring, and seeing new places out there. I've taken pictures for the press Which gave me feelings of triumph and success As it's all very competitive But never ever repetitive I've been published in newspapers and magazines Now, Reveal, Heat, Hello, The Daily Mail, and The Independent are just a few of these, I very much hope to publish more, Seeing my images in print, feels like a score. I've spent time in the studio, in my earlier years, Learning from others, capturing laughter and tears, It's here that I first developed skills I did hone, So now I can produce pictures all of my own. I hope you like my work, please get in touch, I'll do my best to create something you love, very very much.
I'm a Wedding Photographer near Leicester. My Style of Wedding photography comes from my passion for creating not just pictures but something spectacular for you, your friends and family to look at over & over again. I have a strong belief that you're Wedding Day is going to be the biggest, most remembered day of your life, a day you want to remember for the rest of your life, so why not your Wedding photo's too. Make you're Wedding Album something special, like a master piece, a spectacular work of art. With me as you're Wedding Photographer your album will be one you want to show off to all your friends for years to come. Not only will you're wedding photographs be of the highest of standards, the wedding albums I have chosen are of the finest quality, they are the Rolls Royce of the industry. Handmade in Italy, With only the best materials available. Such as cows, hyde, leather, and suede. Each album is custom made to your very own unique design of materials, colours and paper. I have my own reportage & documentary style of photography, with my keen eye and fast lens I never miss an opportunity, I try and capture every moment to remember. When it comes to your bride and groom wedding photo's I like to shoot with a commercial style in mind so your wedding album will look as though it was photographed by a celebrity Wedding Photographer.
I specialise in portraiture. I started out as a portrait artist and have a background in fine art so I am much more than another 'man-with-a-camera’. Everyone's wedding is different so it is impossible to quote one or two packages as I would like you to have the best value I can give you. I can offer a full day's coverage from Bridal preparations to the last dance and everything in between. My wife and I will shoot the wedding together and I offer a complimentary pre-wedding shoot as part of the meeting to discuss times/details and requirements of the big day. All photos will then be professionally edited and processed and delivered to you on a DVD or USB Flashdrive for you to use and share as you wish. Photos will also be uploaded to an online gallery should your guests wish to buy from there. I can also print professional quality photos myself to a higher standard than any online service as I have complete control over the process. Albums are also available which I will meticulously layout and have supplied by Graphistudio. I pride myself on my friendly and professional service. You will not regret booking me. Proud member of the Guild Of Photographers and Volunteer Photographer for the charity 'Remember My Baby'.
We are a Father & Daughter Photography Team - two experienced photographers with a creative mix of traditional and modern approaches to photography. Ula is a London based photographer & designer running a photography blog (blog.ulaburgiel.pl) and currently working for Kelly Hoppen Interiors. After photographing celebrities at London Fashion Week: Cara Delevingne, Selena Gomez, Alexa Chung and Catherine Deneuve she decided to also start documenting one of the most precious moments of life – weddings. Jerry started his career with analog photography back in 1970 and has years of experience with both traditional and digital photography. He is influenced by the iconic photographers such as Annie Leibovitz and Helmut Newton. We believe that the wedding reportage should exhibit the wonders of the day. We will capture your perfect day in a stunning way.