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Stylish, Creative Wedding Photography
Pricing & Costs
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Products and Services
Bridal Prep Shots
Digital Editing / Airbrushing
Large Group Shots
Personal Online Gallery
Second Shooter Available
Stay Through Dancing
Stay Through Speeches
Thank You Cards / Photo Stationery
Reportage / Documentary
Hi there, I am a London based photographer but currently expanding internationally(!) and love the fact that my work takes me to so many different places meeting so many amazing people. My style of photography is predominantly stylish creative documentary, in fact people often comment that they didn’t even know I was there taking pictures at the time! I aim to tell a story through photographs, showing not only the all important events but the time, place, character, details and anything else that catches my eye. However, I also really appreciate the value in a strong iconic portrait, especially at weddings, and love creating stylish but relaxed shots of groups and individuals. As an ex music photographer I really do pride myself on capturing fleeting moments and providing exciting images that you will be proud to share now, as well as look back on for many years to come. Click here for examles of my previous work. Having honed my skills on 35mm cameras, before digital photography (lets just say it was pre-millenium!) I strongly believe this has had a profound effect on the way I work. Composition, natural light and the all important ‘decisive moment’ are ingrained in the way I shoot. I now only shoot digital for a variety of boring techy reasons (and am verging on obsessive when it comes to using my iphone camera) but appreciate that they are entirely different art forms and must be used as such. Weddings are among the most exciting, dynamic and satisfying events to photograph. I love the ‘characters’, the details, the dress, the flowers and as a photographer I even love it when things don’t go exactly to plan! Laughter at weddings is inevitable but the laughter that comes from long standing friendships and relatives is something really special.
Personal Message from the Manager
Name of Wedding Contact: Jenny
Hello and thank you for taking a look at my work, I look forward to hearing more about your plans and hope to be working with you soon, Many thanks, Jenny.
Year Business Was Established
No. of Weddings Hosted
More than 50
No. of People In Team
Nav and Rachel
Married in April 2015
“Jenny was the perfect choice for our wedding! We were looking for a photographer who could capture the spirit of our festival-style wedding, rather than take a whole ser...
Malia and Oral
Married in October 2016
“Jenny was well prepared, professional and punctual; using a questionnaire before the wedding and then arriving early on the day. She starting taking pictures straight aw...
Clare and Eddy
Married in April 2016
We couldn’t of picked a better photographer to capture the spirit of our special day. We wanted unique and we got it! I knew when I saw her previous work she was perfect ...
Heather and Paul
Married in September 2017
We couldn’t have been happier working with Jenny on our wedding. Personable and friendly, she put us and our guests at ease (not to mention how amazing she was on the bui...
What is your most memorable wedding?
A traditional Sri Lankan ceremony in Dulwich Picture Gallery - what could have been a cultural clash resulted in the most beautiful unification of two families; top hats next to colourful sari's traditional drummers next to classic cars and ceremonial rice eating with an exchange of rings - it was a truly incredible day and I am honoured to have been involved.
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Creative, Stylish, Iconic, Relaxed, Atmospheric
What about your business are you most proud of?
My work - i LOVE photography and I LOVE taking pictures. I am definately stronger at the creative side of this industry but am trying to become more business savy as I really hope to expand even more this year.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Plan as much or as little as you like in the build up but on the day just let it all flow - the greatest moments are imperfect and beautiful memories will be made whether you run on schedule or not.
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
200 hand folded origami cats as favours.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
Enquiries usually come through my website, I ask for some key details such as where and when the wedding will be taking place. I much prefer to provide bespoke quotes based on budget as every wedding is different but understand that some couples prefer not to share this upfront. Once an agreemebt has been reached I will issue a deposit for 20% of final cost - the date is reserved exclusively once this deposit clears. If a pre-meeting is required I will meet with the couple as and when suits to go through finer details, I also issue a qustionaire that helps me to plan my movements on the day, this is due two weeks before the wedding date. On the day I will be on hand to capture all the little details as well as the main events and happy to take additional requests if required. After the wedding day I will issue an invoice for remaining monies and set to work on editing. I usually get 2/3 sneak peeks out before the full set a maximum of 4 weeks after the wedding. If an album has been requested I will then liaise regarding which images are required and manage the production/delivery of that album.
What is the No. 1 photo that you think every couple should take?
Portraits together, away from guests if possible. It's just one day and capturing that emotion, that intimacy and that comfort with each other is a beautiful opportunity not to be missed in my opinion.
What do you recommend for a rainy day wedding?
Get umberellas! Seriously though it depends on the couple - if they are happy to jump in the rain and get some gorgeous steamy shots I'm in! If they prefer to hover under trees or retreat to a comfy lounge I'm just as happy - its your day, you decide what and where and I'll follow and make it look awesome!
Describe how you got into photography.
I found an adandoned dark room at school in 1995, my art teacher helped set up all the developer trays etc and showed my how to use it. I was hooked.