What is your most memorable wedding?
We have definitely had a few but one of our favourites to photograph was Andrew & Amy's Tim Burton/Enchanted Forest themed wedding that we had featured recently in Rock n Roll Bride. So much hard work went into making everything about this wedding amazing! From Amy's beautiful dress and purple hair, to Andrew's awesome suit down to the room decor. Gorgeous flowers in shades of purple and pink, black bridesmaids dresses, witches broomsticks, Nightmare Before Christmas decorations...definitely worth taking a look at the blog to see all their amazing photos!
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Quirky, Whimsical, Alternative, Fun, Bright
What about your business are you most proud of?
Definitely how much we have grown in the last few years. We have found our style and niche in the market and have many regular clients and so many of our bookings are recommendations from previous clients which we love!
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Book everything as early as possible. We are taking bookings into 2020 and you may find that some of your favourite venues and suppliers are already booked for your date, its never too early to start looking and booking.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
We love to meet up with a potential client for a chat, obviously this isn't always possible but with most people we meet up somewhere casual for a coffee, chat about their plans and what they want from their day. We show them our portfolio to build up an idea of what style of images they prefer. Sometimes we meet at the venue or again at a later date for a venue walkthrough. Other people just book us after a few emails and are happy with that. Its personal to each couples needs.
What is the No. 1 photo that you think every couple should take?
We love taking those whimsical couple portrait shots, we aren't really into the whole group photo thing so for us, those beautiful moments between you both when you honestly get the first chance to be alone are really special! Yes we are there with the camera but you often forget we are and even the most shy couples take the most amazing photos!
Describe how you got into photography.
Robert - I got into car shows, mostly modified cars and decide to buy a camera and start shooting. This progressed into working with models, other companies and studios and eventually, got convinced to give wedding photography a try by my wife Claire. Never really looked back and I love working outdoors and capturing natural shots so this kind of photography suits me perfectly and I love it! The best job in the world without a doubt!