Who We Are
The name on the door since 2012. Getting up close without being noticed. A photo ninja.
Alternative angles, candid moments. A bride's survival kit. Hanging out with the boys in the morning. The guests arriving. It all adds to the story telling.
What We Do
The elevator pitch – “We shoot beautiful wedding photography for couples that are looking for photojournalist wedding photography but also want some cool, contemporary & creative portraits on top. We call it Creative Photojournalism.”
Based in the heart of Wiltshire we have been working as a wedding photography team for four years. “When we started I used to photograph alone but very soon Carol came along to help out and assist. One day we were shooting in a large church and the vicar was very easy going so I gave Carol a camera and asked her to take some shots down the aisle from the back. Some of them made it in to the wedding album and she never looked back.” Now we just fit around each other and tend to read each other’s minds. It’s great to have a female shooter as it means that we can get some great getting ready shots and the bride can feel comfortable.
So what do we do for you? We do two things. 1. We tell the story of the day from prep to party. 2. We take some beautiful, contemporary and cool portraits. That’s it. We don’t have a plan and we don’t have any poses lined up. We take the day as it comes and we go with the flow. We’re working hard all day to see the moments and connections between people and trying to stay out of the way. At some point we’ll take you aside for a portrait session. Depending on the weather we’ll choose the best light and the best location and we’ll work it out as we go. Luckily we’re really good at what we do so there’s no hanging around. We work quickly and often get it all done within half an hour. It’s up to you though, if you want something more elaborate then no problem, all the better.
“Throughout the day I was hardly aware of Kevin and Carol and was amazed when they showed us the photographs they had taken as I wasn’t even aware they were in the room at times.” – Emma
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