When i’m not being a documentary wedding photographer I am very much the type of person who loves to spend my spare time with my family either at home or on our travels – They’re the centre of my universe and I couldn’t want for more.
My amazing wife Paula collects china sets like they are going out of fashion and makes amazing cakes. (Paula is now the proud owner of her own little cake and tea room business in Chester it’s called P.S I Love cake.
We are celebrating our 1st wedding anniversary this autumn following our outdoor garden wedding last year.
We have many little adventures together. There’s never a dull moment nor any peace and quiet but I wouldn’t have it any other way.
In my spare time I love to go for days out to the beach with my family, mountain bike rides to our local quarry, dog walks with Pippa (the bedoodle or some may say poodlington), bbq’s and surfing and lots more…..
My passion for photography started simply when I realised I could freeze a precious moment of honesty and emotion still in time. It’s so rewarding creating something special and timeless which otherwise could and most probably would have gone unnoticed by the blink of an eye. My love for wedding photography stems from wanting to play a part in what is a happy occasion. Capturing these precious moments candidly as a documentary wedding photographer is hard you need to be discreet and quick to capture moments before somebody notices you and gives you a cheese smile.
I LOVE having that opportunity to make people happy (that’s why I do it) plus I enjoy taking photographs of people. I want you to see your wedding day from somebody elses unique perspective. I love contrasty black and white with a hint of monotone in my edited images it fit really well with my style and I believe it looks superb printed.
Photography for me is a way of life and a passion it doesn’t feel like a job.