If you are looking for a wedding photographer who can produce professional, natural images, capturing those magical, spontaneous once in a life time shots as well as the key moments in your wedding, then please do get in touch, I’d love to hear about your plans for your big day!

Based near Canterbury, Kent, I am a professional wedding photographer with a passion for creating warm, honest images which I craft to produce a unique record of your special day. I aim to be as unobtrusive as possible, documenting all the details of your wedding, blending into the background whilst also ensuring those all-important shots are taken to create beautiful images for you that will encapsulate those precious memories for a lifetime.

I love creating fresh, beautiful photographs which will stand the test of time and tell your story for generations to come, it’s at the heart of what I do. I only accept a limited number of commissions each year so i’m able to guide you through the process, giving you a personal service to ensure that I am available before, during and after your wedding.

Although I’m a Kent Wedding Photographer, I photograph weddings throughout London and the UK. Have a look at my galleries and blog postings and get in touch!


  • newly weds walk in the cloisters at Canterbury Cathedral

Emma & Steve’s Canterbury Cathedral Wedding in the Crypt

If ever there was a wedding with a wow factor, this was it. For a start, the story of how Emma and Steve got together was the stuff of Hollywood films.  Whilst visiting a friend [...]

  • newlyweds at Secret Garden Kent

Sarah and Craig’s Secret Garden Kent Wedding Photos

One of the things I enjoy most about wedding photography is capturing the informal, spontaneous moments of the day. There’s a lot of joy and laughter at weddings, but also – for the bride and [...]

  • newlyweds have confetti showered over them at their Kent Village Wedding

Sarah & Paul’s Kent Village Wedding

It’s an old custom for beekeepers to tell their bees about important events in their life, such as births, marriages and deaths. Some beekeepers would even leave a slice of wedding cake outside their beehives [...]