Hello.  I am Wedding Photographer Kevin Mullins

I tell stories, through pictures.

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I’m Kevin and I’m an award winning wedding photographer, based in Wiltshire, UK, but shooting weddings right across the UK, Europe and beyond.

I specialise in telling stories, through pictures, of your wedding and I promise not to make you say cheese, not to boss you around or in fact direct you in any way.

The style of wedding photography I shot is known as documentary wedding photography, or reportage wedding photography.

It’s a cliché, I know, but I am actually passionate about photographing weddings authentically, without any interaction at all.

If your idea of “wedding hell” is the traditional bossy photographer and huge amounts of staged, boring group shots then I think I may have just the thing for you.

Please explore this site (start with the Wedding Photofilm below) and then, when you are ready, please give me a call or drop me an email so we can discuss your wedding photography.

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  • We have looked at the slide show a number of times now and are going to show it to Steve's mum tonight! We absolutely love them - they really do encapsulate everything the day was about. It's a bit mean but we saw someone else's wedding pictures (of their wedding) recently and all they were were people arriving and grinning straight at the camera and a load of posed groups. Nothing like yours/ours and we felt really good about it! There are so many that we want to give to different people and get framed for ourselves.
    Sophie & Stephen
  • "I've had a very quick look through and I love them. Exactly what we wanted - brilliantly capturing all the natural moments that we didn't get to see on the day."- Ben & Mark from their Botleys Mansion Wedding
    Ben & Mark
  • The photos are great you have captured some fantastic moments - many thanks. It was such a great day, we had the most amazing day.
    Gemma and Andrew
  • "Hi Kevin,Thank you so much! The photos are incredible and gave us a good giggle looking through them all. There are so many little moments that you’ve captured that I’m positive other photographers would have missed and you’ve managed to capture a real essence of the day – we had such a fun day and are so happy that there are photos of some if the funniest / nicest moments to keep those memories alive.Brilliant!Thanks again"- Sarah and Eliot from their Wedding at Herons Farm
    Sarah & Elliot
  • "Hi Kevin,Thanks for sending these over! We love the pictures and had a great time going through them and remembering our special day.The album arrived and I am thrilled with it. It looks amazing and I am so pleased."- Kathleen and Richard from their Summer Berkshire Wedding
    Richard & Kathleen

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Before we begin, please, sit back, turn the sound up, relax and enjoy the short Photofilm below:

What did you think?  You just saw twenty images that sum up my story telling approach to wedding photography.

I photograph weddings honestly, without any reliance on filters, bulky lighting systems or assistants.
You’ll probably not even notice I was there.

Your Wedding Photographs will become a Family Heirloom.

I photograph weddings not just for you, but for your children and your children’s children.

I want to photograph your wedding and deliver images from the perspective of one of your guests.I’ll blend in, observe and be the curator of your wedding day memories.

You will get pictures that take you right back to that moment in time and I do that by being a part of your wedding using small cameras and being as discreet as possible.

Kevin Mullins – Documentary Wedding Photographer

Authentic, Honest & Sympatheticly Shot Wedding Photography


I’m a multi-award winning wedding photographer based in the Wiltshire, UK.  I am a professional, full time photographer which means I can offer you a 100% service without compromise on artistic quality, service or product delivery.

I’d love to chat to you about becoming your wedding photographer.

  • Wedding Photography is a Passion
  • I tell stories, through pictures
  • I’m discreet and unobtrusive
  • I won’t take over your day
  • Essentially I’m a guest at your wedding
  • My style is completely candid
  • I use only the best albums and providers
  • I Hope you like my pictures.  I’d love to shoot your wedding.

Read More About Documentary Photography

P.S Have you seen my new portfolio page?

It’s been updated for 2015 with new images, complete weddings and photofilms.  I’d love you to take a look.

View Portfolio

Recent Posts from The Blog

The Wedding Recessional

The Wedding Recessional: An important part of the wedding day that I love to photograph. So many emotions, looks, laughs and loves.


Simple Happiness – Why I love this picture

Simple Happiness – Part of a my series where I look at some of my favourite images and discuss the reason behind the photograph.


Classic First Dance – Why I love this picture

Part of my ongoing series of talking about some of my favourite wedding photographs. This time I’ve selected a “classic” first dance from the end of last year in a very chilly London.


Family Photo shoot Maja / One Year / A day in the life

The Family Photoshoot of Maja as she continues to grow into a lovely toddler. Part of my Day in the Life series.


Layering – Why I love this picture

Layering – Why I love this picture. Part of my ongoing series looking at specific photographs and talking about why I, as the photographer, love them.


Dulwich College Wedding of Gemma & Martyn

Gemma & Martyn’s chilly, but gorgeously warm Christmas wedding at Dulwich College London.


The Dress Shot – Why I love this picture

The Dress – Why I love this picture. Part of my on going series looking at some of my favourite images. This is one from Emma and Stacey’s wedding in May 2015.


Botleys Mansion Wedding of Ben & Mark

The amazingly lovely wedding of Ben and Mark at Botleys Mansion.


From the archives – Dance Off

A quick look back in the archives and this time we go all the way back to the winter of 2012.