I don’t want to waste your time.
I’m probably one of 17,000 wedding photographers you are considering, and you don’t have time to read everyone’s life story.
Let’s face it, with so much choice the chances of me being the right photographer for you are pretty slim.
For starters, I’m not cool.
My taste in music is stuck in the 1990s, I don’t have any tattoos and I drive a grey car.
That means my photos aren’t cool either.
I take photos in a style that makes me happy rather than follow trends.
In the spirit of not wasting your time, let’s get right down to what’s most important.
Am I available on your wedding day?
So, before you carry on through the details, pop your details into the boxes below and hit send.
By the time you’ve finished reading through this page I’ll most likely have gotten back to you.
I know what you’re probably thinking because I’m just as hesitant about giving out my details. Don’t worry, I’m not a spam machine, I’ll send you a couple of emails with details, and it’s up to you whether you respond. No unprompted phone calls and no pestering, I promise.
My guiding principle is to sell as I would like to be sold to.
That means you won’t see any ‘prices starting from’, or confusing packages named after flowers or textiles.
Wedding Photography coverage is £1000.
That’s £250 deposit upfront and £750 due 3 weeks before your wedding day.
For that you’ll get:
It’s all pretty simple so far, right?
Here are a few of my more popular optional extras that you can add to your wedding coverage.
Anything else you would like to know, please feel free to ask when I get back to you.
What? You didn’t fill in the form earlier?
If what you have read so far puts me into your maybe list, now is the time to find out if I’m available on your wedding date.
You may already have figured this out, I’m not a salesman. If you’re not completely convinced that I’m the right photographer for you then that will show in your photos. You won’t be delighted with your photos which means I won’t be happy either. What I’m saying is, the ball is in your court.
A Double Wedding Ceremony at Wentworth Trinity Church The vicar at Wentworth Trinity church made a point of saying this was the first double wedding