Authenticity in Wedding Photography
As a documentary wedding photographer – that is, somebody who privileged to be a witness at someone’s special day, attended by people being the very best of themselves – I’m mindful of creating something meaningful as well as a body of work that’s beautiful. Of course they’re not mutually exclusive from each other, and the very best wedding photojournalists straddle that line perfectly.
Is that what he meant by ‘the humanity of the moment’?
FROM THE BLOG
Couples choosing to get married in London are spoilt for choice when it comes to wedding venues. We're not short of Georgian townhouses, boutique hotels, creative art spaces and Victorian built gastropubs in this part of the world but there are a multitude of reasons...
“The day just flew by” or “it was all a bit of a blur” are phrases you’ll hear all the time. Months, sometimes years of planning that culminate in a remarkable day that you’ll relive through your memories and will constantly surface through photos, videos,...
WEDDING AT SEVERNDROOG CASTLEHELEN AND SIMON A perfect day in July for a wedding at Severndroog: I’ve chosen the pictures that tell the day best and I close my eyes and write these words. A stream. For once they flow because I’m writing (much like the pictures...
A London-based documentary wedding photographer for creative and care-free couples. Natural, unposed and driven by moments. UK and Europe.