I have been shooting weddings and other events in London and all over the world for over 14 years. My wedding photography is natural, candid, unobtrusive and artistic. I have also been shooting street photography for many years and bring much of this refreshing, very personal style to all my wedding events.
I follow a personal ethic that wedding photography is about observation, not orchestration, and this ability and commitment to step back and watch rather than intrude make my images distinct, personal documentaries of individual, often highly intimate emotions.
I am also a member of ISPWP, a National Portrait Gallery exhibitor and hold a first class honours degree in photography from Westminster University, London.
My prices are exceptionally reasonable, but also very transparent and flexible. I shoot 8 hours for £1000 but I also offer packages where my fee is simply £120 per hour, all VAT inclusive. This way the client can simply customise their own packages.
I also provide a photobook service through an exceptional Polish company with fantastic rates and diversity of design, paper/card thickness and finish. Just visit https://www.nphoto.co.uk/ and take a look!
For me it is simply all about the photography. I will give you all your best images on a simple usb and also provide a link to all your high res files.
I can also provide nicer, wooden boxed and engraved usbs on request as well as a slideshow of your favourite images set to music of your choice. These are add-ons but there is absolutely no pressure to buy these services which is what makes my packages so transparent and reasonable.
So if you find that your budget is tight but you don't want to compromise on a truly professional, experienced service (300 weddings and counting) then please do get in touch for a free consultation. Contact me on 07723306565 and/or email@example.com. We can meet at a location of your choice in London (tends to be Waterloo, but Im happy to travel around) and have a coffee and a chat about your requirements and pricing structures.