Looking for a wedding photographer who can actually
‘capture’ the real story of your day instead of contriving it?
Surely all wedding photographers are the same right? That’s not the case. There’s a buzzword doing the rounds. It’s called ‘documentary’ and most wedding photographers seem to have hijacked the phrase. I don’t particularly like to label my style, but if I have to, then my style is wedding photojournalism.
Your wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime event. A truly special moment in time, and one that you’ll want to return to again and again over the course of your life.
In addition, you’ll want your children and grandchildren to be able to relive it with you in the years to come.
Therefore you deserve an award-winning wedding photographer who can document that priceless event for you.
Tangible memories of real people and raw emotions, not contrived or staged moments.
You’ve been to lots of friends weddings and it seems that most other photographers take charge and direct the day. They’ll take endless portraits that are highly-staged and contrived.
Needless to say, that’s not what you hire a true wedding photojournalist for.
That’s why my ethos & approach is to capture the raw and real moments of your wedding.
My “fly-on-the-wall” style that makes most people think I’m actually a guest of the bride and groom and not the wedding photographer.
You want a photographer to help you document this special moment in time. To preserve your story so that it can be cherished and treasured for generations by family and friends alike.
You want to be able to share the real story of your wedding — with the people, moments, and most of all, the feelings that came along with it. Not something that’s inaccurate, false, contrived, staged or merely posed.
You want a story of the day that enables you to revisit the entire experience. You want to feel every one of those precious moments come flooding back to you in a heartbeat.
Most of all, the butterflies, the expectations, the suspense, the tears, joy and laughter, and of course, the loved ones who were present then, but might not be around today.
So, you’re looking for a special way to capture this once-in-a-lifetime moment (and a wedding photographer who does more than stage the day and want to be the centre of attention).
Maybe you’ve just stumbled upon the right fit for you?
If you like the sound of my unobtrusive approach to documenting weddings and would like to see more of my work, take a look at my 2019 highlights showreel.
Is wedding photojournalism the right fit for you?
Please note: I document a maximum of 30 weddings per year and my diary does fill up quickly. Bookings aren’t taken without having a relaxed, no-obligation chat to confirm that we’re the right fit for each other; style, approach and personality-wise.