Chichester Wedding Photographer covering areas including  Brighton, Sussex, Surrey & Hampshire.

 

Let me tell your Wedding Story.

Being a wedding photographer is a big responsibility. I am there to record one of the most important days of your life. Everything from stolen moments to large group photographs, captured beautifully. There are lots of different skills involved in shooting a wedding. I am equally at home disappearing into the background as you make your vows, or corralling large families together for portraits. 

I have photographed weddings of all sizes in dozens of different venues. Torrential downpours and heat waves have all been part of my day. Everything from stately homes, Saxon churches and the local registry office have been my workplace. Throughout photographing all of these weddings I’ve managed to keep my enthusiasm and sense of humour. I still get butterflies on the day of a wedding because I want your day to be perfect, just like you do.

I’m sure you are excited about your wedding, and I would love to hear about it. I shoot weddings large and small and give the same customer service whatever the size of your wedding. You can contact me here. I like everything honest and straightforward so if you have any questions please let me know, my advice is always free. If you would like to know more about how I work, what to expect and what my packages include visit my investment page.

My Wedding Photography Blog  is full of hints and tips to help your day run smoothly.

I have a  Postgraduate Diploma in Photojournalism from Cardiff University and  worked as a photographer in the West Bank, Cuba, Norway, Spain, and Italy.

See my commercial and editorial work .

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    7 Orchard Avenue Chichester West Sussex PO19 3BE.
    Studio: 01243 786319 Mobile: 07552 990080

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