Hello! I’m Kevin and I’m an award winning wedding photographer, based in Wiltshire. I specialise in telling stories, through pictures, of your wedding. 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 enjoy 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, sympathetically and responsibly.
It’s incredibly important to me that you get the very best memories of your wedding day and I would love to be your wedding photographer and capture them for you pictorially.
Thanks so much - the pictures are absolutely wonderful, you've managed to capture some really great moments and convey a real sense of fun...something which was very important to us!
Ana & Michael - November 2012
There was much laughter, and a few tears, as we worked our way through the emotional journey. It’s a huge tribute to your talents, that you are able to evoke such powerful emotions. The day goes so quickly and it’s magical to be able to re-live it so movingly through your poignant and sensitive images. Thank you Kevin for your professionalism, intuitive approach, sheer hard work and for capturing our special day.
Laurie & Richard - November 2012
Jason and I spent the weekend looking over the pictures, we love them so much, I think we hardly noticed you were there but you have managed to tell the story of the day so well and with so much feeling, it’s truly amazing.
Jo & Jason - February 2012
Although based in Malmesbury in The Cotswolds, I take wedding commissions right across the UK, and internationally. My approach, and style is totally unobtrusive meaning I will not dictate, prompt or manipulate anything throughout your very special wedding day.
The Wedding Photojournalism style is very subjective and there are lots of similar types of wedding photography out there. Every wedding photographer should be different, and stand out from the masses and I hope you will find that with my particular style of photography.
Don’t worry of course if you want a handful of group shots. I fully understand the requirement for these and I will undertake any formal shots very quickly to allow you to get on with enjoying yourself!
A little bit about my wedding photography style:
My entire ethos is to tell the story of your wedding day. I look for moments throughout the day and weave them together to make a pictorial representation of your wedding day.
From bridal preparation through to the first dance and beyond you will be presented with a beautiful story of your wedding day – through the powerful medium of photography.
I will never direct or prompt, move or manipulate you or your guests. A true reportage wedding photographer will honour these principles because at the end of the day it is your wedding.
The images I will produce will be carefully crafted by myself both on the day and in the processing procedures that follow.
My clients tell me that they think my wedding photography is beautiful. That’s important to me. Please take a look at my portfolio and my recent 2012 show reel. Take a moment to look at the photos and I really hope that you find them beautiful too.
The absolutely most important thing to me, about wedding photography, is that it is real. I’ve been a guest at too many weddings where the photographer has interupted the day by setting up endless group shots and formal photographs.
My motto is “observation, not orchestration” and I stand by that throughout every wedding.
Many photographers will tell you they are genuine documentary wedding photographers, but very few actually are.
The wedding photography that I produce is real. Real moments, captured, forever – for you.
You can read more about me here & and view my Wedding Photography Portfolio for more of an insight into my work. Also, please keep an eye on the wedding photography blog for all the latest images from recent weddings.
It would be great if you can take a moment to watch my 2012 “favourites” photofilm below. Feel free to turn up the sound and press the full-screen button.
It was Kevin’s unique reportage approach to wedding photography that first attracted us to him
– Professional Photographer Magazine