If you like what you see — and I’m hoping you do — then booking me couldn’t be simpler. Just complete the enquiry form, and I’ll be in touch to discuss all the details of your big day.

In the meantime, here are answers to some of the more commonly asked questions.


You can. It’s my natural style that really captures the soul and spirit of your wedding, but it’s often the more formal or organised images — group shots being a good example — that end up in picture frames. One style doesn’t compromise the other, and you’ll find that the finished set of images hangs together beautifully.

If things like group shots are on your tick-list, I’ll get them planned for the shoot. Come the big day; you can then leave the gathering/organising of family and friends to me — through a little help from the Best Man or Maid of Honour always goes a long way!

Every couple’s different: some want coverage from the first brush of blusher in bridal prep to the last seconds of ‘Wonderwall’, while others are looking for a (comparatively) shorter, more focused shoot that covers the main moments — things like the ceremony, speeches, couples shoot, cake-cutting and first dance. I’m very flexible, and I offer a great range of packages.

Send through an enquiry form, and I’ll talk you through the different options; together, we’ll find the perfect package for your big day.

I am constantly updating and upgrading equipment, but my goal is to keep this to an absolute minimum – your wedding is an intimate celebration and not a film production. Rest assured, all the camera gear I use is professional quality; however, I love to travel light and work as unobtrusively as possible.

I generally keep in touch via email and text, but hopefully, we’ll also get the opportunity to catch up over a coffee as well. If logistics don’t allow for this, then we can chat over the phone or video call, and you’ll also have my mobile number, so feel free to text with any questions or queries after you’ve booked.

Once you’ve decided to book (wahoo!) I’ll send you an invoice. Then it’s just the deposit, a contract (just so we know that we’ve got everything right), and I’m all yours!