Frequently Asked Questions

A bride and groom holding hands (and a wedding flower bouquet) looking at each other.

How much do you charge?

My coverage ranges from four hour civil ceremony coverage to multi-day events.  I always aim to include everything you may need in your package, including travel throughout the UK,  edited and retouched digital images, an online proofing gallery and high resolution images presented in a beautiful wooden box and USB. For detailed pricing information and to confirm your wedding date is available, please pop me an email by clicking here.

A bride and groom chatting to their wedding guests.

How soon do we need to book you?

As soon as you have a date fixed, it is advisable to enquire about availability and move towards securing your photography. Weekends, particularly in the Summer months, fill up very quickly – up to a year or two in advance.

A b&w image of a friend greeting the bride.

Can we meet you before we make a decision?

Of course! I will usually meet all potential clients via video link – this is a great opportunity to get to know each other and you can ask any questions you may have! We appreciate that, as a photographer, you will be a presence throughout the course of the day, and therefore couples need to be happy in advance that they get along well with you.


A bride & groom kiss as they are announced husband and wife, their friends and family clapping in the background

What do we need to do to secure our date? (best question ever!)

To secure your date I require a £200 booking deposit and exchange of contracts.


A groom with his hand in front of his face as his best man delivers an awkward part to his speech.

What happens if you are ill? Or need to isolate?

Good question and very current! Over the years I have a wealth of contacts and should the worse happen, I will find another photographer to photograph your wedding at no extra cost to yourselves. My reputation is key but photographing your wedding is paramount. 

A bride and Groom hold hands as they cross a road in Las Vegas, USA

How far will you travel?

I've been lucky enough to have travelled all over the UK and the world for weddings (over the years I've even photographed ceremonies in India and USA!) but if you’re planning to get married further afield do not hesitate to get in touch – I absolutely love to travel!

Please take a look at the Destinations Wedding section by clicking here


Bridal party having a group shot with sunflowers behind them.

Do you take formal group photos?

Whilst the majority (roughly 90%) of my work is reportage, if you’d like a few formal group photos, I'm more than happy to take these for you! I always advise our couples to keep these to no more than 8-10 different groups of immediate family & bridal party – that way we should be able to get the groups done in 15 minutes and you can get back to your guests to chat, eat canapés and reception drinks!

Bridesmaids waving to the bride as she arrives with a classic car.

How many photographs will we get?

The honest answer is that it’s really tricky to put a number as it really does depend on the time of year and weather – obviously a summer wedding (with lots of daylight), would get more than say a January wedding. However there is no limit to the amount of photos you receive. The important bit is that you should expect quality over quantity. You can also expect not only the colour version but also a copy in black and white. So in summer expect roughly 400-500 colour images and winter, 300-400 colour images.


A bride and groom with the bride posing with her heal up!

How long does it take for you to process our images?

This varies depending on our workload, but you will usually receive the photographs within 2-3 weeks - just when you get back from your honeymoon.


B&W image of bride and groom kissing in front of a window.

Do we get the copyright to our pictures?

Speaking in technical terms, if a professional photographer takes the images of your day, the intellectual property and copyright automatically belong to (and usually remain with) them. However, with the USB of high resolution digital files we provide you with, you are given permission for unlimited printing and sharing of the images (between friends and family), provided they are not used for any commercial/professional purpose.

A wedding group shot, with everyone smiling and cheering and their hands in the air like they don't care!

Do you work with a second photographer?

I usually work alone to remain unobtrusive and can often cover both bride and groom preparations myself. Having said that, I can offer an experienced second photographer if required (normally when guest numbers are higher than 150) for additional coverage throughout the day.



Two brides walk hand in hand down a path after getting married.

Thank you for taking time to read this and of course please don't hesitate to contact me (by clicking here) if you have any other questions or if you are potentially interested in having me as your wedding photographer. 


To see more;

Please click here to go to the Kind Words section. (The section I'm most proud of!)

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Please click here to go to the Destination Wedding's section.

Please click here to go the blog section to see some examples of what I do. 

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