“To me, photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event.” -Henri Cartier-Bresson

I love weddings. I genuinely do. They are the perfect combination of excitement, anticipation, celebration, stress, and pure, unadulterated joy. And they end with a massive party! What more could you want?!

I've been photographing weddings since 2006, and have had the privilege of working with hundreds of amazing couples.

What I love about photography is its ability to take us, in an instant, back to a place, an event, a memory, and all the emotions of that moment come flooding back. It gives us the ability to relive the most special and meaningful events of our lives, and when done well, makes us feel as though we're there again living every second of it.

We know you have planned for this day – perhaps meticulously, perhaps on a whim, perhaps on a budget – but always with your eyes on the adventure ahead. Our aim is to walk through this process with you as a co-traveller, not inventing moments or posing your story, but observing, documenting, and relaying your story eagerly and authentically.

Our approach to wedding photography isn't based on fleeting trends or style elements that are more about us than about you, but rather we blend into your celebration and tell your story as an insider. We aim to capture the emotion and significance of your wedding celebration, being keenly aware of both the moments of profound importance and the moments of pure delight. Some scenes you will remember clearly and others you didn’t see with your eyes, but felt in your soul; the gift of a story narrated by experienced eyes. We love a good love story and we know how to retell it.

There are a million-and-one ways to plan a wedding, and you've likely seen most of them. But now it's your turn. Make it an event you'll never forget, and let us help preserve your memories.

Whether close to home or across an ocean, in a stately cathedral or a cozy back yard, you're planning a significant event. Bring us along, won't you?