Wedding photography is all about documenting a couples most important day in a natural and unintrusive way.

What you will hopefully see here is my photographers eye for the candid and emotional moments that happen through out the day.

These are my favourites from weddings over the last couple of years. To see a more upto date look of my work best have a look at my Wedding photography blog.


Simply put Wedding photography is all about the bride, groom and the guests but it is so much more than that.

To me it is all about the emotion that comes with a wedding and being in the right place to capture it.

From the getting ready and the Dad seeing his daughter all dressed up, the first kiss in the church, friends that haven’t been seen for years, the page boy looking gorgeous coming down the isle, the first dance. It is endless.

 My job is to capture all those emotions and to give you those memories for life.

This needs to be balanced with the traditional. The photos that are the family heirloom. These are the traditional group photos. In my mind, these do have a place and can fit in as long as they are organised into the day beforehand. I like to mix it up with these as we still need to see the emotions and the fun. So expect to do a bit of dancing with your family!



Hopefully you are getting an idea of my style and what your day could be like with me.

At this point I think it is important to explain what happens if you take me on as your photographer.

Well, I am certainly not the silent party who just turns up on the day and takes pictures. To get relaxed pictures we need to know each other beforehand. Before your big day we will meet up a couple of times. Firstly at a pre wedding shoot and secondly at our planning meeting.

The pre wedding shoot is so much fun and hopefully you will get so much from it. We will go somewhere which hopefully you have some connection with. You can come all dressed up, or down. Expect me to get you moving.


We are incredibly lucky to have some amazing venues locally. Here are some of my favourites. Rhinefield house; Christchurch Harbour hotel, Christchurch Priory and Highcliffe castle


To see more lovely wedding venues please take a look at this blog on the subject – Dorset venues