Most people, male and female, don’t like having their photograph taken. They certainly don’t like looking at the photographs in detail after they have been taken. This can lead to long delays when choosing which photographs to put in albums or made into wall art. Sometimes it can even result in an email from the couple who are unhappy with their photographs.Read More
The tagline for my this website is alternative wedding photography for adventurous and creative people.
Until now, the adjectives adventurous and creative were words I ascribed to other people; qualities that I aspired to. They were things that other people had and that I wanted.Read More
It’s been a long, learning journey becoming a wedding photographer. I’ve been full time for four years now, photographing weddings in Newcastle, Durham and Northumberland. As I’ve become more established and my reputation has grown I’ve photographed weddings in Yorkshire, the Lake District, Edinburgh and beyond.Read More
My camera shutter died during a wedding.
But it wasn’t a disaster.
Being a wedding photographer means being prepared and that means having a plan for dealing with the unexpected. I always take a backup camera to every wedding and I shot the rest of the wedding on that body without the couple noticing.Read More
My Dad always said if you go into a shop and there are no prices on anything you can't afford anything, and I felt like that looking at photographers websites. I think I missed out on working with some potentially great wedding photographers, that could have been perfect for my wife and I, because they didn't share their pricing from the start.Read More