The best thing about being a wedding photographer?
If I could sum it up in one word (or phrase?), it’s the joie de vivre. The all-ages exuberance, everyone dressed to the nines, gathering to celebrate you and your love. Share the best stories, laugh and cry and then get down to the serious business of the greatest party ever. I love being a part of this, witnessing and documenting all the joy as it whirls past in a blur, there for you to share, cherish and re-live for ever more.
Just The Two of Us
Pre-wedding, couple shoot, engagement session, whatever you want to call it, they’re a fun (honest!) way to tame those ‘oh gosh I hate having my photo taken’ jitters.
What’s the deal?
The whole story. The anticipation while getting dressed up with your friends, and then all the magic and love through to raucous good times on the dance floor. It’s a glorious narrative arc that I can’t wait to sink my teeth and my cameras into. 8+ hours.
£1400 or £1550 including an engagement shoot.
Canadian? $350 an hour (but I’m still working that out, so don’t be shy, say hi!)
- 400+ beautiful, ready to print & share images
- Private online gallery
- Super classy archive USB portfolio
- Second professional photographer starting £300
- Pre-wedding consultation with all the support and advice you need
BTW, do you work for a social or environmental justice org? Discount for you my friend!
Weddings come in all shapes and sizes. There is a beautiful intimacy to a small, mid-week gathering in a Town Hall, followed by a fancy lunch in a favourite pub. I love the quiet self-confidence of these affairs and appreciate that a different level of photographic coverage is required. Let me know what you are planning and we can most definitely work something out.
Want to know more?
I seriously LOVE hearing all about your wedding plans.
And Me? Mumma to a little boaty family, we've just set off for new adventures abroad in Canada. Climate Justice, real ale and boardgames are my jam. All the poutine, mountains and my four year old being excellent here..
Portrait taken by my great mate Anne Schwarz.