I guess I’m not really a traditional wedding photographer. Instead I bring a number of influences to documenting your wedding story.
These range from hard hitting photojournalism to a candid street photography. My first photographic inspiration was the raw and gritty music portraiture of Anton Corbijn and I also love the colour fine art photography of William Eggleston.
This has resulted in what I like to call a Fine Art Wedding Photojournalism approach.
Authentic Wedding Reportage
As a wedding photojournalist I’m looking to document those authentic moments, genuine emotions and real stories that naturally occur and evolve on your wedding story.
This means it’s your unique wedding story that’s being documented and preserved. It’s not a cliched or some identikit approach.
What’s more it means a much more low key, relaxed and stress-free approach to your wedding day, allowing your to celebrate with your friends and family.
Fine Art Wedding Portraiture.
Of course, you’ll want some portraits from your big day. Even if you don’t, it’s likely your family will. So I’m not one of those documentary wedding photographers who pretends I don’t photograph portraits. I do!
After all, portraiture has always been a part of photojournalism. So I will make some creative fine art portraits on the day, but will keep these to a quick, stress-free minimum.
The key to my approach all day is to keep it fun, relaxed and as stress-free as possible.
Location, Location, Location
Although I am London based, I have shot weddings from Finchley to Finland so more than happy to chat with you no matter where you are getting married in the world.
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Fine art London wedding photographer working across the U.K.