‘Winner – Best Photographer – 2015 Four Counties Wedding Awards’
For us, the most memorable moments are the ones that just happen. The reaction when the father of the bride sees his daughter in her dress for the first time, the groom fumbling with his cravat, the emotion when the bride and groom share their first kiss and the reactions to the speech that tells you more than the words themselves. These moments are over in a split second and it’s our job to capture them for you.
We offer natural, creative and documentary-style wedding photography. We don’t like to interfere with your day; lining people up for endless photographs or grabbing people’s attention to look at the camera. We would much rather anticipate and document the spontaneous events around us, so when you see the images as a collection, they are meaningful, evoke emotion and most importantly, tell the story of your wedding day.
You will have two passionate photographers, working as a team, dedicated to your wedding day. Having two photographers means one of us can be with the bride in the morning and the other with the groom, to ensure all of the preparations are documented. Our customers tell us they loved seeing what the other was doing before they became husband and wife.
We work hard to ensure our customers are happy with all aspects of our service, not just with the photographs. We want our service to be personal and will help you where we can before, during and after your special day.
We’ve tried to keep our website as simple as possible. There’s some information about who we are on our about page and you can find further information on our approach, pre-wedding, products and frequently asked questions pages. You can find out what we offer on our pricing page and we have also added a testimonials page where we have shared some of the nice things people have said about what we do.
We are based in St Albans and operate mainly around the Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire areas, but are available to shoot weddings all over the UK and further afield.