As a wedding photographer (mostly wedding photography Surrey and London) I understand that every bride and groom pairing is unique. I am fascinated about my craft and will work with you to capture your individual personality traits as a couple. Wedding photography is a service and an art at the same time. I’m very honoured knowing that my pictures might hang in your home for many years to come.
Wedding Photography Surrey and London – your day told in pictures
The gallery below shows my favourite work of the last 12 months sorted like a typical wedding album. We start with shots of your preparations early in the morning. While the ladies enjoy their hair and makeup session the gentlemen might be struggling with their bow ties – reason enough to later enjoy a drink at the bar before welcoming the arriving guests. We continue with photos of the ceremony (civil ceremony or church service) including the must-have first kiss picture. After a cheerful confetti shot it is time for some ‘official’ group photos while everybody still looks their best. Afterwards we shoot your couple portraits as formal or casual as you wish. During the dinner we will get shots of both the speaker and – maybe even more interesting – the reactions of the wedding couple and their guests. When the sun is setting it is time for another quick golden hour photoshoot before you will cut the cake and perform your first dance. Party pictures should be wild, loud and crazy – and I’ll be right there with my camera! I always try to conclude my work with one last beautiful creative shot of you two.
A lot of time (often over a year!) can pass from the moment you first start thinking about your wedding photography until you the two of you are enjoying your final wedding pictures on your honeymoon. I have created this timeline to show you a typical chain of events from a wedding photographer’s point of view. If you have any questions feel free to get in touch.
I hope this page has been useful and that you now have an impression of my style and approach to wedding photography. For an informal chat over coffee, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me today – I’m looking forward to hearing from you.