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I won't keep your guests waiting for hours while your special day turns into a photo-shoot and I won't hang your dress from a branch in an orchard or balance your rings on an apple.
What I will do is find beautiful and natural moments like all the ones you can see in the slideshow above. Practically none of those moments are staged or posed, and they happen at every single wedding. You just need a photographer who notices them and can capture them for you for ever.
As an experienced photojournalist with The Times newspaper in London, my style of wedding photojournalism, is based on almost twenty years experience as an editorial photographer.
Documentary photography is all about capturing the feelings and emotions of the day without interference. Wedding photojournalists don’t pose or set up pictures, they allow the day to flow naturally, and your album will reflect the emotions and moments of the day. This results in a beautiful set of natural, timeless images of the bride and groom and the rest of the bridal party.
I use photojournalism to tell the story of your day in a timeless and sensitive way. The best documentary wedding photographers are able to capture photographs that will take you right back to the moment, every time you look at your album.
I've been a photojournalist at The Times newspaper in London for 16 years where I've photographed conflicts and war, royalty and Prime Ministers across the globe. That experience is what brings a unique style to your photographs.