I’m Graham, a Surrey and London Wedding Photographer specialising in a unique Storytelling style of Documentary Photography.
Sometimes known as “Reportage”, the ultimate goal of the Documentary approach is to create a carefully curated collection of photographs that tell the story of your wedding in the most natural and unscripted way possible – while ensuring everything looks as fabulous as it really was.
If you are fortunate enough to live to be very old, you will be able to look at your photographs and say “that is who we were, those were the people we loved and that is exactly how we felt”. Every photograph will evoke a genuine memory, not replace one.
Rather than setting up staged moments throughout the day the aim is to allow events to unfold naturally before us and for me to capture everything as it happens, without directing or orchestrating.
My couples are a mix between creatives, trend-setters, and the adventurous.
They appreciate the non-traditional and want to have candid, artistic, and intimate photos of their big day to look back on.
They want their photography to be totally unique and personal to them with portraits that capture not just how they looked but also how they felt and they recognise the need for the essential family photos but don’t want this part of the day to take too long.
Most importantly, they want this fabulous emotional roller-coaster of a day to be captured exactly as it happened so that they have a truly authentic representation of themselves and their relationships with the people that they love.
Have a great day and I hope you hear from you soon!
What a beautiful story of our day. It captures every moment and emotion. I still get tingly looking at them.
Thank you so much for our pictures they are breath-taking and more amazing then I ever could imagine. You captured our day beautifully and it really does feel like we are watching a story when we look at them. You captured precious moments that we missed and it's so lovely seeing every part of the day as it happened naturally. I didn't even realise you were taking half the pictures and I have no idea how you managed to constantly move in and out of crowds without anyone noticing.