Creative Fine-Art Wedding Photographer

Relaxed & modern wedding imagery in London, Manchester, the UK and abroad


There is a lot of confusion about exactly what constitutes fine-art photography. This is understandable because it’s not actually a style of photography; it’s an intention. I’ll explain.

Fine-art photography calls for a clear vision from a wedding photographer. My interpretation of this is provoking emotions.

At a wedding, I experience everything I see around me, whether it’s a hug that says “I’ve missed you” or a dress detail which a bride fell in love with.

I use the content of photographs – such as people or details – help to convey the feeling I experienced.

For me, then, fine-art wedding photography is creatively capturing feelings and emotions, rather than purely content.


Frequently Asked Questions


I’m available to travel to anywhere on earth .. or even space if you decide to get married there in the near future!

Typically half of my wedding are in the North West, and the remainder are in London, across the UK and abroad.

A typical wedding for me is 10 or 11 hours.

Usually I arrive 2-3 hours before the ceremony and leave half an hour after the first dance. If that’s not quite right for you, just let me know.

After years of photographing weddings, I’ve developed a new sense; knowing which photos will matter to you.

I find the right amount is something over 400 photos for a full day of photography. They’re all delivered in high resolution, and not watermarked.

If you would like one, you can also opt for a beautiful bespoke wedding album after the wedding.. but I find it’s better to see and feel your photos before deciding on this.

Almost all of the time I prefer to work alone.

You hire me because of how I see the world and I can’t find anyone else who can duplicate that.

If a second photographer is required, I can usually organise someone though.

This happens a lot! It really doesn’t matter where you are.

Typically we’d organise a skype call, or if you don’t have skype there are plenty of other options.

I have the simplest process.

You fill in a quick form and pay the retainer invoice that’s sent to you, usually online using a card. And then you’re done!

Get in touch to discuss your wedding in more detail.

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It would be lovely to hear about how you’re planning to celebrate your marriage, so please get in touch.