Choosing a wedding photographer whose photographs you love is paramount. If you don’t like their style you won’t be happy with the results. Wedding photography requires a unique set of skills. Working well with people on the most important day of their lives is a huge part of that. I always advise potential brides and grooms to choose someone who they expect to get on with. It’s the second most important criteria in choosing a photographer. Professionalism is key. In order to trust your photographer, you need to be sure they will take the responsibility seriously. I certainly do.
My aim on a wedding is to blend seamlessly into the events of the day from the morning preparations to the first dance. I research the event venues in advance so I know what I’m dealing with. Nothing is left to chance. The most memorable photographs of your wedding day will be captured when you least expect. I take care not to rush you and your wedding party guests and hopefully that comes across in my photographs.
I don’t hire auxiliary photographers-it’s just me. I am the photographer and you will meet with me initially and throughout the planning process,to the day itself, and on to the final presentation of the album and wedding photos. It is a more intimate working relationship, and ensures quality control.