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        Sunset at Nancarrow Farm

        [Lee] was very much part of the wedding family by the end and everyone felt very relaxed around him.

        My Approach to
        Weddings...

        Discrete & in amongst it. That’s my short pitch for my approach to weddings. I’m pretty low key as a person, no stress, and I carry that into my work. I love moulding to the day and providing a true reflection of the wedding. Moments are fleeting and I’m always seeking them out. I don’t do this by walking the outskirts, I mingle amongst the guests and capture the natural moments. I avoid trends, in style of shooting and editing, I create a unique collection of wedding photos and that’s done by focusing on the people and the moments on the day and not staging anything.

        100% Authenticity

        Emotional groom at tunnels beaches

        I love this job because of the variety it offers. This isn’t possible by having a checklist of images, but creatively documenting real moments. I’m grateful to have worked with some amazing people, and their feedback means the the world to me, in particular when they feel like I wasn’t there. Odd right? Creating wedding images they loved, whilst feeling like I didn’t interrupt a moment, is always the goal.

        The Dance Floor

        Dancing wedding party

        I love a good dance floor! I’m still shocked by this relic mindset of photographers leaving after the first dance. What is that!? I embrace natural light all day long, but come dancing time I bring out the lights. Nothing crazy or intense, just some ‘pop’ to add to the fun times. Often when everyone is enjoying their food I’ll join the band setting up, putting a small light up here and there, ready to go.

        Family Photos

        Wedding portrait in Devon

        This often brings out the fear in couples, either that they will take too long or a photographer like me won’t be up for taking them. Rest assured, neither is true for me. Every wedding has some portrait time, and I love it. We can grab some great photos with family in a no fuss fashion, and they can still hang proud in the family home. Often during the canapé hour, at your convenience, 20 minutes and done!

        ...On the day, Lee made us both feel so relaxed and comfortable and he just felt like another guest at our wedding. The photos from our day are beautiful and we are so pleased with them. They are memories we will cherish forever.

        In my eyes a well captured organic moment will always trump a manufactured photo. There are key elements to what make an image ‘work’, and my job is to observe your day and look for that magic light, interesting composition and tirelessly seek out those key moments. As a wedding photographer Devon I provide images from a guest like perspective. I’m there to let the moment happen and evolve and then document it all with discrete cameras (they’re silent and small but pack a punch!). Gone are the days when half your wedding day was a photo shoot. Real moments is the goal and this website if filled with them! At this stage you might be asking if as a documentary wedding photographer if I take details shots and family photos, yes absolutely I do. I think they contribute to the story of the gallery. My main aim is to provide an authentic record of your wedding day full of those fleeting moments in a timeless manner  that you can enjoy for years to come.