How will You remember Your wedding day?
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“He was great at blending in and therefore capturing photo-journalistic style shots – which is just what we wanted. With a January wedding running late we were fast running out of light but he moved us on without hassling us. Shots on the pier look like they’ve had hours of set up time, but didn’t.”
“Steve was brilliant to deal with all the way through. He accommodated all our requirements which were quite a few. He arrived early on the day and took additional shots he wasn’t contracted to do. When we received the photos the results were spectacular.”
“Steve is a fantastic photographer, taking beautiful natural shots and capturing the day perfectly – just what we wanted. The album is stunning and the way he arranged the photos really tells the story of the day. Moreover, he really cares about his work and clients.”
“Steve is a fantastic photographer who is incredibly approachable, passionate, professional and yet relaxed which we think really comes across in his photographs. Personally I hate my photo being taken, yet somehow he managed to take our fantastic photographs without me knowing he was there!”
Hello, this is me with my wife Lea (expert wedding cake maker) on holiday in Miami on New Year’s Eve.
I’ve been capturing weddings for twelve years, in Cumbria and beyond.
My job is to blend in with you and your guests and present you with a record of the events of the best day of your life.
Your job is to celebrate your love for each other and enjoy and remember as much as possible.
It will all happen very quickly, so having an expert people-watcher at your wedding (that’s me) will remind you of what you saw on that day, and quite a lot of what you didn’t.
I will blend in with your family and friends and interfere as little as possible, while being there for help if you need it (emergency safety pin anyone?) I will take a few family photos and portraits of you if you want them, but nothing will be forced. Most people won’t notice I’m there.
After seeing photos she had no idea I’d taken, a groom’s Mum once rang me and said, “Thank you for being the photographer that wasn’t there.”