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A wedding is a day of a thousand moments, every one special. Documentary wedding photography differs from the more traditional style in that it allows the story of your day to be told truthfully, from the viewpoint of someone who was right there with you. Hiring a photojournalist wedding photographer ensures that those moments are beautifully captured whilst you relax and enjoy the day.


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My aim is to provide you with stunning photographs that tell the full story of your wedding day, as it happened, from start to finish, for you to cherish for the rest of your lives. By immersing myself in the celebrations I am able to be right there along with you and your guests, whilst not interfering or forcing anything. I just let the day unfold and photograph it as I see it.


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From the morning preparations to the evening reception I will be with you, if you want me to be, documenting the whole day from start to finish, capturing those big moments and the wonderful little ones in between. I go with the flow, working with you to capture things as they happen rather than working to a fixed schedule. Having said that, no wedding album would be complete without some beautiful photos of the happy couple alone, as well as with your close family and friends, so I will generally ask that we set aside a short time at some point during the day to get those important shots. I work quickly whilst doing this, so you can get back to your guests, and to enjoying your wedding day.

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Based on the borders of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire I’m available for wedding photography in the South East and across the UK, including Surrey, Hampshire, Somerset, Sussex, Hertfordshire, Dorset, Kent and the Isle of Wight. I have also undertaken destination wedding photography jobs overseas and may be able to accommodate jobs in other countries, depending on my commitments.