What is your most memorable wedding?
Photos of loved ones who can no longer be with us
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Firstly I would take an initial enquiry. From this I would arrange a no obligation consultation to talk through the special day with yourselves. If you decide that you are happy and would like to go ahead we would run through our booking process and then begin to plan the photography at your special day
What about your business are you most proud of?
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Creative, Modern, Atmospheric, Artistic, Memorable
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
Growing up I was very big rugby playing enthusiast who unfortunately became injured and was unable to play again. To stay involved and previously having studied Art & design which had a photography element, I picked up a camera and went from there. The photos would be posted on social media and I began to get enquiries for weddings.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
My most memorable wedding was in a small venue in Stony Stratford. The reason this one is so memorable is because during the best mans speech a male dwarf dressed in drag burst into the venue pretending to be an ex girlfriend requesting her keys back from the groom. We soon found out that the groom had been handcuffed to the dwarf for the duration of his Stag doo.
What is the No. 1 photo that you think every couple should take?
Your first kiss as Husband & Wife
What is the most original photo you’ve been asked to take at a wedding?
When going through your time schedule for your special day, remember to allow yourselves at least 15 minutes to yourselves once you have tied the knot. The day can be fast paced, quite overwhelming and this allows you both to breath and take it all in.
What do you recommend for a rainy day wedding?
Building it from the ground up and pushing forward with experience, creativity.
Describe how you got into photography.
Motorcycle enthusiasts wishing to have a photo with the bride sat on a 'minion' painted bike outside an 1800s manor house