I got involved in wedding photography by being talked into being an official wedding photographer a few times by friends. My approach is fairly informal, and is often described as a reportage style. Since everyone is always so happy with the results, and I rather enjoy it, I changed my policy, and am now willing to accept commissions.
My approach is rather different to that of most other professional wedding photographers in the UK: I charge a reasonable amount for the time I spend taking and processing the pictures, rather than charging ridiculous amounts for prints, or forcing you to buy a package with an expensive album. Because of this, I am willing to give you the negatives or high-resolution digital files.
Please note: I am not accepting any bookings in the UK beyond October 2005, as I'm planning on leaving the country. If you like my style of photography, I would recommend talking to Tom Catchesides & Helen Bartlett and Jean-Luc Benazet.
These pictures are from a few weddings I have covered, starting with the most recent. If you're looking for a particular wedding, and can't see it here, you could try searching by month, as weddings shot mostly on film generally don't appear here.
Click on any image to see a larger version, or on a title to see all images from that event.
Nikki & Greg got married on a beautiful day in December 2006. It was my first Australian wedding.
Vicky & Jon got married in the ancient Leez Priory on a rather damp day in September 2005.
Christina & Tom got married in Clare College Chapel on a fabulous day in September 2005. After tea and cake in the college gardens, they adjourned by london bus & taxi to Great Wilbraham Hall Barn.
Lisa & Alexander got married in September 2005 in St Andrew's Church in Chesterton, then had a reception in the Royal Cambridge Hotel.