I’m all about the informal, the laid-back, the fun and the contemporary. There’s no rules, no fixed way of doing anything and no formalities. Head right this way for far more fun, far more unique imagery, no cringe and no cliche. You can find out more about my approach here.
It’s dead simple! Head on over to my investment page, or my contact page, and use the form to drop me a message. I’ll get back to you as soon as I can to let you know whether I’m free or not. I don’t hold any dates in my diary until bookings are final, so it’s best to get ahead of the game.
I’ll get in touch with you to arrange a convenient time for us all to go grab a coffee or a drink or two. We’ll talk all about the two of you and what you’ve got planned. We’ll discuss what you want from your wedding photography and I’ll answer any and all questions that you’ve got. After this, I’ll send through my quote and my terms and conditions for you to sign online.
I offer one package – all day unlimited – for £1850. Travel expenses are included within England and Wales. For Scotland, NI and the Isles, add £150. Fill out the form on my investment or contact page and I’ll send you over my brochure with more details.
I love to travel for weddings! My coverage fee is exactly the same – all you need to cover are my travel and accommodation expenses. The same applies if you book a second photographer along with that.
You certainly can. I work with a bunch of really excellent fellow photographers and I definitely recommend having a second photographer there if your wedding is larger than most. I’ve written about this on my blog over here. The cost for booking a second photographer is £499.
Of course. They’re perfect for getting used to being in front of the camera and creating photos that you can use for your wedding, or even on invites/save the dates. You can see example of previous engagement shoots over here. Not sure if you need or want one? Find out more here.
Before your wedding, I’ll gather all the information I need to know to photograph your big day. Addresses, timings and everything else I need to know. We’ll also have one last phone call beforehand in case there’s anything last minute we need to talk about.
Plenty of photographers have fixed time limits on the weddings they shoot, but that doesn’t make sense to me; there’s so much more to see! I’ll stay as long as you want me to be there – from beginning to end, no limits – regardless of which package you book.
For mid-week weddings that don’t need a photographer for the whole day, I offer an hourly rate. It’s £250/hr with a minimum booking of 3 hours.
As soon as I’m done, I get to work on editing selected highlights of your wedding day to be ready within 48 hours. I’ll send these through to you in your own app that you can download to your phone and I’ll usually put a few up on social media as well. Once you’ve got these, I get to work on editing the rest of your photos.
This depends on how long you want me to cover your wedding for, but in most cases it’s normally between 500 and 600.
You’ll get them sent to you in a bespoke, password-protected gallery. You can use this gallery to make lists of favourites, share with friends and family and even buy prints. I’ll also send your photos through in an archival cotton USB book for additional peace of mind.
Yes! I hand pick the best highlights from throughout the day and put together a slideshow for you, set to music. I’ll send this to you in the same email as your wedding gallery.
This will vary throughout the year depending on how many weddings I’m shooting at the time, but it’s normally anywhere between four to six weeks. I’ll keep you up to date after your wedding day.
More or less anything you like – they’re yours to do with what you will! The only limitations are on commercial use or ‘sub-licensing’ to publications, whether online or offline.
You bet you can. Find out more by heading over to my wedding albums page.
Lots of nice things! Have a look see over on my testimonials page 🙂
Head over to my contact page and drop me a note. I’ll help any way I can.