I specialise in natural wedding photography in London, for contemporary couples with a laid-back approach. My number one driving force is always to create beautiful meaningful work for my clients, which is why I’m a documentary wedding photographer; I’ll work in the background, capturing you looking wonderful doing your thing.
Natural wedding photography in London
I’m a documentary style wedding photographer, which means I capture the moments as they happen, rather than trying to force them. The emotions in the moment create the perfect opportunity for me, and I love finding the right angle to immortalise them forever. You’re at your most content when you’re relaxed, so there’s no awkwardness or stiffness in my work – just pure joy, unadulterated glee, and sheer buckets of love.
Natural wedding photography has two major benefits: it means that you enjoy your wedding day uninterrupted, but it also means that when you get your gallery back, the images will take you straight back to a memory you never want to forget. Not only the big bits, but all the tiny ones too – the hand squeezes, the messy hems, the quiet tears, the proud parents, the loving glances will all be there for you, forever.
And since I want you to get comfortable around me (so much so that you’ll hardly see me on the day!) here’s a few things about me to level the playing field…
As well as being a London wedding photographer, I shoot branding portraits and families too. I live in Canterbury, but have covered weddings as far as Qatar. In no order, I like: art in every multifaceted forms it takes. The seaside, especially on a slightly overcast day – Dungeness is my favourite, a perfect combination of post apocalyptic waste land, Fishermans huts, artists and a great pub for fish and chips. Big skies – I love a plain or marsh for this reason. Junk shops and everything interiors – I literally can’t stop myself from buying interior magazines. My family, especially my niece and nephews who I like to spoil. The giant mirror ball I have in my sitting room. Travel (who doesn’t like travel?!) Camper vans – I used to have a 1960’s airstream caravan and when it rained the sound of it pattering on the roof was magic. Good design. A box set. My incredibly small and incredibly loud, scruffy, mischievous, unruly dog Gertie, who is a total pest and I love her (people say we are quite alike, but I’m not sure what they mean).
If you’re looking for a natural wedding photography for London weddings and beyond, please head here –