How do you photograph weddings?

I love being by your side to help you before your wedding day. I'll have a chat to you, a guide to help you organising your day, the best moments for the couple photos, the different lights... and it's really exciting for me to find out about your dress, shoes, invitations...! On your wedding day, all I want to capture is the feelings, the mood, the emotions, the calm and crazy moments and all the details that make your wedding unique.

Where are you based and do you travel?

I'm Oxfordshire based in UK and I love to travel! If you would like me to photograph your story, it will require a travel fee, depending on where it takes place.

When will we get our photos?

Your will receive an online gallery link with all your photos within 4- 8 weeks (sometimes less depending on the season I photograph your story).

You can download all the photos from the gallery but also share them, choose your favourites, which would help me to create your beautiful wedding album!

How many pictures will we receive?

For a 10 hours coverage wedding, you will receive between 400 to 600 fully edited images. I always choose quality rather than quantity. I will choose the best and more significant photos to tell your story.

We don't like having our photo taken - what do we do?

I assure you, when most couples reach out to me for the first time, they express the same sentiment! The secret lies in capturing your genuine, relaxed selves. I have various techniques to make your couple photographs appear natural, and you might even find yourself enjoying the process. It's true! When you revisit your wedding photos, they will evoke the joy of the moment, in addition to providing beautiful portraits of both of you. For the majority of your wedding day, you won't even notice my presence!

We're uncertain about having an engagement shoot?

Whether or not to have an engagement shoot is entirely your choice, and that's why I offer it as an optional add-on. The advantages? It provides a fantastic opportunity for you to become more at ease in front of the camera and to obtain some wonderful images that you can use for stationery or display at your wedding, such as framed photos or in a guestbook. It also allows for a bit more creativity. An engagement shoot typically lasts around 1 hour, while on your wedding day, we'll have about 20 minutes for your couple portraits. I've noticed that couples tend to be more relaxed on their wedding day if they've had an engagement shoot beforehand, as it helps them ease into the photography process more comfortably.

What if our guests want some photos?

For your convenience, all the edited images are placed in a secure online gallery with a password. You can share this link with your guests, family, and friends, giving them the opportunity to see your photos.