How can we book you as our photographer?

If you like my work and feel I’m the right fit for you, please get in touch via the contact page.  I’ll need you to fill in a booking form and pay a deposit of £350 to secure your date.

If we don’t live nearby and are unable to meet you before the wedding, will that be a problem?

Not a problem at all.  We can keep in touch via email or phone in the run up to the wedding.  A chat through Skype is an option too.

When is the outstanding balance due?

I normally contact you a month before the wedding to see how things are and also to give a gentle reminder to pay the remaining balance.  Nobody wants to be getting chased around for money on their wedding day!

Do you take group shots?  And how long do they take?

It’s entirely up to you.  Most couples ask for a small number of group shots to be taken.  I suggest no more than 10 different variations as time can quickly disappear.  I usually set aside a maximum of 30 minutes for this part of the day.  Basically, the less time spent on these, the more time you’ll have to go and enjoy yourselves with the guests.

Do you take photographs of the bride and groom away from the wedding party?

I normally ask that the three of us sneak away for no more than 15-20 minutes.  It’s relaxed, with minimal posing and gives you both a chance to catch up and also get some lovely photographs together.  Absolutely no cheese, I promise!

How long after the wedding does it usually take before we get to see the photographs?

No more than 4 weeks.  Sometimes it might be a little sooner than that, but it depends on my workload.  You’ll have a password protected gallery on the website that you can share with family and friends, and I’ll also send your images on USB along with a small selection of prints.

Can friends and family purchase photographs from our wedding?

I don’t currently offer this option.  I am happy for you to make copies or print as many photographs as you like however.