HOW DO YOU WORK?
I always say that no wedding is the same. Working very closely with couples before the big day, I ensure that every detail is worked out beforehand so that I can capture the wedding with a structure as well and not ask any questions on the day.
I want the photographic experience to be as enjoyable as possible.
On the wedding day, I'll be unobtrusive, capturing beautiful natural moments as well as ticking off all the important ones.
WHAT'S YOUR STYLE?
I'm influenced by both editorial and photojournalistic work.
Inspired by nature, I love being surrounded by it.
I want people to feel comfortable and beautiful and I edit using presets influenced by film photography.
IT'S MEANT TO RAIN, WHAT SHOULD WE DO?
In a place like England it's hard to know the exact weather on the day.
I usually block out a back up time for couple's photographs just in case.
Failing this, we will also agree on an indoor spot as well.
SPEAKING OF FILM PHOTOGRAPHY...
Yes, I can absolutely shoot film on your wedding day. I would always prioritise the digital shots first, but this is always an option.
WE'RE REALLY AWKWARD BEHIND THE CAMERA, HOW WILL WE MANAGE ON THE DAY?
"We're terrible behind the camera".
I hear this phrase really often but it's never true.
Some couples are really romantic on their wedding day while others laugh through the awkwardness.
Don't worry - I HATE being behind the camera too so I totally relate. It's up to me to direct you and it's up to you to communicate what you're feeling. Together, we can make the process much easier.
ARE YOU A NATURAL LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHER?
What does that even mean?
While good light always goes a long way when making beautiful images, it's up to me to work with the lighting conditions available.
It's important to note that an outdoor wedding is going to look very different to one shot in a basement venue, so just keep that in mind when planning!
WHERE ARE YOU BASED AND DO YOU TRAVEL?
I'm based in Putney, London and I travel all around Europe (and the rest of the world) for weddings.
Travel and accommodation will need to be arranged.
HOW MANY IMAGES WILL I RECEIVE? AND WHEN?
The rule of thumb for any event is 50-100 images per hour of shooting.
You will receive the images on an online album via a service called Pixieset.
The link never expires and it's a beautiful layout.
You will receive 5-10 images 1-2 days after the wedding (a sneak peek) and the full set 6-8 weeks after the wedding.
THIS ALL SOUNDS GREAT, HOW DO I BOOK?
Enquiring or even setting up a phone call isn't a contract.
I get it - it's a big commitment.
I like to be transparent about my pricing so you will know the cost going into your enquiry.
We can set up a phone call or Zoom call and once you've decided you want to book, I send along a contract and deposit invoice.
I won't chase for an answer unless another client asks for the same date.