My style of wedding photography is documentary, also known as photojournalistic; essentially, it means that I'm there to document your wedding day, as it is and as it happens – all the giggles, all the tears and everything in-between. I'm a big fan of shooting from the inside out, and you'll find me enjoying myself chatting away with guests and trying to be as much of a part of the day as possible. All that so I can view it the way your loved ones do. You won't have to do anything overly cliché, to be honest, you won't find me asking you to do too much at all. I like to take you for a short portraits session at some point in the day, but aside from that, I just want to capture you having fun, interacting with your guests, and, most importantly, with each other!
Even though I offer documentary-style work, I do make time for some more formal images if you like. Still, I like to keep things short and sweet, so they don't eat into your candids/ actual celebrating time. Although these images are beautiful on your parents' mantelpiece, at the end of the day, the photos you have of you interacting with your family members will be more treasured than the one where you're all looking at me.
Below is a selection of my work that I feel provides a good overview of my style.