I’m a documentary photographer dividing my time between Sutton Coldfield, in the West Midlands, and Morley, Leeds. Now that I’ve retired from full-time work, photography is something that I can concentrate on in depth. I focus on street, architectural and travel photography and also have a number of ongoing personal projects, several of which have galleries on this site. The documentary (or photojournalist) approach is something that I would also apply to wedding photography.
I’ve photographed a small number of weddings, and although I’m not actively promoting this side of my work after becoming disabled in 2014, I would be happy to consider photographing the occasional wedding.
Photograph: Murmansk, Russia
My approach to weddings is to photograph them in a largely documentary way: to tell the story of your wedding day, as it really happened, with nothing contrived. I’d like to leave you with beautiful images that capture the essence of the moment and will always evoke the emotions of your day. Read on to find out more and to see examples of my work.
Photograph: Congham Hall, Norfolk
As a documentary photographer I try to tell the story of your wedding day as it happens, as it really is. I won’t try to tell people where to stand, or how to act, I just want them to be themselves. I genuinely love being at weddings and being part of someone’s special day, and I carry that enthusiasm through to my photography.
To see a selection of my photographs, find out more about my approach and what I can provide as a photography package, and read comments from clients go to my Weddings page.
To browse through some real wedding galleries, go to Weddings and then to Wedding Galleries.
If you are looking for a wedding photographer, look forward to hearing from you to discuss your wedding plans.