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How do you photograph weddings?
I love being by your side to help you before your wedding day. My style is non-obtrusive, I let your day unfold and snap away - you provide the photos I capture the moments.
On your wedding day, all I want to capture is the feelings, the mood, the emotions, the calm and crazy moments and all the details that make your wedding unique.
Where are you based and do you travel?
I am based in Marlborough, Wiltshire UK the majority of my work takes place in the South West of England, but yes I love to travel - I have photographed all over the UK and abroad. If you would like me to photograph your story (depending on where it takes place) I always try to find the cheapest way to make this possible as I love the way my creativity can travel with me.
When will we get our photos?
You will receive an online gallery link with all your photos within a maximum of 8 weeks from the date of your photoshoot (sometimes less depending on the season to which I photograph your story). You can share the link and also order prints!
How many pictures will we receive?
For a full day of wedding coverage, you will receive between 400 to 600 fully edited images. I will choose the best and more significant photos to tell your story.
How do I book a shoot?
Simply click on the 'contact' tab in the menu bar, fill in the blanks and we'll go from there.
Do you offer albums?
Yes, photo albums can be offered. We can discuss a variety of options once your booking has been confirmed, your home viewing is ideal to help you choose what fits to suit your style.
Will you do group and posed shots at our wedding?
The answer is yes, however I am not going to tell you what to do on your wedding day! It is advisable that a few stolen moments are used directly after your ceremony to capture a few intimate shots together, I always find this time useful for couples to re-connect and simmer post the heightened emotions which can often occur during the exchanging of vows ...also, this can give you both a good excuse to immerse yourselves in some private time with each other, before being whisked off by friends and family who you haven't seen in a lifetime.