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Meet me, Rachel and Binky
As someone who’s been happily married for over a decade, I know how significant the commitment is that you’re going to make to each other. It will bring a new dimension of stability and mutual support to your lives.

I also know how important it is to get meaningful photographs of your wedding day that will stand the test of time. That’s why I try to capture as many of those fleeting emotional moments as I can, as well as the set-piece group photos. Since you have chosen the venue for your ceremony and reception at least partly on the basis of its atmosphere, I take care to show it in all its glory. I also capture all the little details you have put in to make the day unique to you.

My journey into wedding photography comes via shooting portraits and events at Ordnance Survey, Britain’s national mapping organisation, my former employer. I also photograph events and services at Romsey Abbey, where I sing in the choir. This gives me a particular affinity with church weddings.

I also manage the Abbey’s website and contribute to its social media presence. I have also managed websites for the Romsey Festival and Triangulate, a local mental health charity.

While I will never lose the passion of the amateur – one who loves what he’s doing – I shoot weddings professionally. I’m here to give you a great experience. This is underpinned by a formal contract between us and public liability insurance for peace of mind. From when we first meet, I’ll take care to put you at your ease and make our time together enjoyable and productive.

Woman in white blouse in front of seaRachel, my wife, is a freelance writer and editor. She runs one of the top 10 interior design blogs in Britain, Fresh Design Blog. It was shortlisted in the 2017 National Blog Awards; we enjoyed the awards ceremony in London.

Tabby cat in front of light green backgroundBinky, our cat, eats and sleeps a lot. Affection from her is usually a hint that her bowl is looking a bit empty…

If you’re interested in booking me to take memorable photos of your wedding, please get in touch.