When I was much younger I wanted to be an Astronaut, fly to the Moon and live with The Clangers. Instead I became a photographer - via a 20 year sojourn in TV - which means I have a wealth of experience in telling stories with images.
I didn’t think much about delving into the world of wedding photography until after a friends wedding. After seeing how the photographer sucked all of the joy from the day I understood the importance and value of that role.
Straight away I knew that couples could have a much better experience so I gave up my career in television to pursue this dream and devote my life to giving people like you the images they truly deserve.
I do this because I have a genuine passion for producing meaningful photographic documentaries that will still be as relevant in 50 years as they were the first time you saw them
A wedding is such a great opportunity to explore the connections between people but I don’t consider myself to be a wedding photographer, instead I photograph people who just happen to be at a wedding.
It may sound like the same thing but it’s the key to my approach and why so many couples say that their photos feel like a window into their life together.