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Kim Burrows Photography

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I'm told by my clients that I lose myself in their day and return with something special. I'm there to put people at ease whilst creating beautiful images that reflect those special memories.
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Products and Services

Back-Up Equipment
Bridal Prep Shots
Digital Editing / Airbrushing
Flexible Hours on the Day
Images on USB
Large Group Shots
Last-Minute Orders
Online Proofing
Online Shop
Personal Online Gallery
Photo Printing
Pre-Wedding Consultation
Pre-Wedding Venue Visit
Second Shooter Available
Shoot with Film
Stay Through Dancing
Stay Through Speeches
Wedding Albums

Photography Style

First Look Photographer
Reportage / Documentary
Full Description
It was a little over 5 years ago when this hobby became a job, and I couldn’t be happier doing it. Photographing weddings is an absolute joy! I get to meet new people and experience beautiful moments whilst doing my favourite thing - taking photos. My achievements would be being featured in Brides Magazine and British Vogue, where they wrote “ Kim’s wedding photography has taken her around the world, and if there’s one thing she’s learned it’s that capturing the moment is about more than a spectacular location: She has created beautiful images from the Australian sunshine to the British drizzle. Renowned for putting her clients at ease, Kim’s individually tailored photography packages acknowledge that every wedding day is unique”. People tend to come to me because they're interested in the new style of weddings which are: laid back, candid, non-formal, non-cheesy and non-posey. That's me pretty much. I try and just follow you around capturing natural moments as they happen, and apparently, I'm quite good at it. I'm also told how nice it is to have me around on the morning of the wedding. I can be the calm in the room, I can explain to you exactly what is about to happen. I'm usually there fixing up Bridesmaids dresses and keeping flower girls busy whilst everyone gets ready. That's just who I am, a chilled normal person that lies taking photos. I'm there to enjoy your day with you, and produce images that show just that.

Personal Message from the Manager

Name of Wedding Contact: Kim Burrows
Hello, Thank you so much for showing interest in our services. We will aim to reply to you within the next 24 hours. Thanks, Kim


Year Business Was Established
No. of Weddings Hosted
Between 30 and 50
Public Liability Insurance
No. of People In Team
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Location & Contact Details


Pascoe Rd, London, Greater London, SE13 5JE, England

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Accreditations / Associations (2)

The Societies of Wedding Photographers
Masters of Wedding Photography

What is your most memorable wedding?

One of my earliest weddings was out in Italy, which was pretty memorable in itself. But I was very lucky to have gotten this gig. The couple were so lovely and made me part of their family. The entire day was set in a vineyard in the mountains, the views were exceptional. The brides preparation was in the castle, and later the bridal party and me all went for a walk around the local villages. An old local man stopped the bride, grasped both of her hands and sang in Italian to her, when I looked around her Dad was leaning against the wall with tears streaming down his face. It was beautiful.

Describe your style in 5 adjectives.

relaxed, candid, fun, natural, special

What about your business are you most proud of?

How far I have come. Something that started as a hobby has turned into a business and that's the type of dream I never thought I would reach. I think though, that my greatest achievement was when I got the call from Vogue to be featured.

What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?

Timelines! Make sure you get one off the venue and give it to your photographer, then let them do the work and you can relax.

What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?

I loved one wedding where instead of name cards for each person at the reception tables, they had a Polaroid photo of them with either the bride or groom, or just on their own. The head table all had baby photos.

Describe your typical process with a couple.

First up is a phone call or email chat to give the initial details, then a meetup so I can explain what I can do for you on the day, this gives you a chance to ask me anything you need to know. Later is a pre-consultation, this is a chance for us to go through the details of the day and for me to create a pencil timeline, I also give the couple a lot of advice here on anything they are unsure of (time of their first dance, cake cutting, speeches etc). Up to one month before the wedding another consultation, this can be at the venue if required, it's really to tie everything up we've spoken about before, also by this point we've got to know each other and you'll be a little more calm with me taking photos on your day so I'm not too much of a stranger. Following this is the big day, then within 4-8 weeks you will be sent a link to your online wedding album. From there we don't have to meet again, you can choose all your photos via the online album and I can post you prints/USB etc.

What is the No. 1 photo that you think every couple should take?

Confetti! At no other point of the day do you get a better, happier and natural shot.

What is the most original photo you’ve been asked to take at a wedding?

Most people don't usually ask for a specific photo, but I guess the most original one was the groom carrying his wife over his shoulder. He threw her over there and ran off to their room. I got photos of her laughing her head off. She didn't know it would happen, so it was very cute.

What do you recommend for a rainy day wedding?

Pretty umbrellas

Describe how you got into photography.

I lived in Australia and traveled a lot for 5 years, which was when the travel photos started, but I found the photos I took of the people were better than my landscapes. One couple I met just loved my photos and asked me to photograph their wedding. I never looked back.

Bridebook Benefits

Bridebook Discount10%
Bridebook Special Offer10 extra prints
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