Winter Wedding Photography


The picturesque Inglewood Manor, close Chester and on the borders of Cheshire, was the perfect snowy setting for the winter wedding of Keren & David.

Winter weddings offer beautiful sunlight, snow, crisp sunny days and warm smiles from family members. They’re most definitely the “new black”, with weddings between November and February becoming more popular every year.

In winter, the roaring log fires burn brightly to create a cosy charm and a wonderful atmosphere. If you’re lucky enough, you may even experience snow, as Keren and David did.

Keren & David dressed themselves and their guests up in order to make sure everyone was warm when they were outside. As a photographer, I always minimise the amount of time couples are outside on winter days.

If you’re planning a winter wedding of your own, get in touch to discuss how my photography might best fit into your plans.

Common questions

Fine-art documentary for most of the day, plus couple photographs with a fashion edge.

I also ensure you have a good set of photographs showing the wedding details that you chose.

I’m available to travel to anywhere on earth .. so don’t worry if you’re just down in London.

I cover destination weddings in Europe and Worldwide too.

Usually, wedding days for me are 10 to 11 hours long.

Typically this is 2-3 hours before the ceremony to half to one hour after the first dance.

You’ll receive 400+ high resolution un-watermarked photos. Each photo is delivered in colour and black & white, so you’ll always have the photo you love in the style you prefer.

You may also choose a beautiful bespoke wedding album if you would like one.

Typically we’d organise a phone or skype call, or if you’re close by you’re welcome to visit me just outside Warrington in Cheshire.

For now, get in touch by email or phone.

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