Wedding Photography Information

Your Wedding Photography Experience

1. Pre-Wedding Consultation

We organise an informal chat over Zoom or Skype. This allows us to get to know each other, and you can tell me all about your wedding.

2. Pre-Wedding Questionnaire

I send you an easy to complete form, where you can go into as much detail as you like about your wedding day plans.

3. Arrival

I always arrive at your wedding location at least a day early. This allows me plenty of time for scouting, preparation and to say hello!

4. Your Wedding Shoot

Creative reportage and contemporary portraiture, giving you a gorgeous collection of natural, un-orchestrated images.

5. Image Editing

Your images are edited and processed meticulously. They are presented in high definition without watermarks.

6. Delivery

Your final photos are uploaded to your own private, password-protected online gallery. You’re free to share and download as you wish!

Frequently Asked Questions

Wedding Photography Investments

Wedding coverage starts from $1450, get in touch to check my availibility.



couple walk through wadi rum during the bride and groom photoshoot in jordan

Pre-Wedding Photoshoot

Whether you choose to have your pre-wedding photoshoot in a location you both love, or in your wedding venue itself a few days before your guests arrive, it adds variety to your overall collection of wedding images.

I also love the intimacy a pre-wedding photoshoot brings, and it’s the perfect opportunity for you to get really comfortable in front of the camera prior to your big day. There’s no pressure. There are no distractions. We can try out some shots and even poses, and I can get an even better feel for you as a couple, and the type of photographs you’re looking for.

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Second Shooter

While I do most of my wedding photography alone, I occasionally employ a second shooter—another professional wedding photographer—who’ll work with me. This can be a great option if, say, you have an especially large wedding with multiple locations and concurrent events, or you simply have a few events you’d like recorded from multiple angles.

Naturally, having a second shooter also means you’ll end up with more images, more perspectives on key events, and an even greater level of diversity in your collection of wedding photographs.

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