QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
How would you describe your photographic style?
I cover weddings in a very photo-journalistic style but I don’t think photography should be limited by a “genre.” While I’m very discreet and unobtrusive in my coverage of the day, I do believe that there is a time and place on your wedding day for beautiful, casually posed images of the bride and groom.
I also believe strongly in preserving all of the details of your wedding as this is part of what makes your day unique. My images of the guests at the wedding are almost 100% photojournalistic. I prefer to capture them laughing, smiling, dancing, drinking, and having a great time instead of looking at the camera and saying “cheese”.
Do you also provide video services?
?I am trained as a photographer, and prefer to focus on that one specific discipline instead of offering multiple average services. I have worked with plenty of great videographers over the years so I am more than happy to pass on their details to you.
Do you edit all of our photographs yourself??
Yes, I do! Every image that you receive has been hand-edited, one at a time, without mass-producing the results. I prefer to do all this work myself instead of outsourcing as I have a very particular style that I adhere to, and that I want to always deliver that to my clients, every time.?
What other hobbies do you have apart from photography?
?What are hobbies?? Haha. With 3 (adorable but energetic) little children, any time spent away from weddings is spent with them and my beautiful wife Alice. We have a fun family life with lots of walks, playing in the garden, and cooking together. Apart from that I enjoy cycling, carpentry and gardening. Yep, domestic bliss!
How long have you been in business?
?After assisting another wedding photographer for a few years, I started out on my own in 2009. I am loving running the business, being involved in all the different aspects of it, and offering a personalized, high quality service. And still find it an absolute pleasure and honour to share in couples wedding day! I have photographed around 220 weddings to date.
Can our family and friends take pictures with their cameras??
Of course they can! It is a special occasion for them as well. I will never tell anyone to put away their camera or smartphone. Sometimes it can get difficult to get a clear view for certain shots, ie, walking down the aisle, so I might ask the celebrant/minister to ask the guests to make room for me, but that’s about it.
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