A little bit about me!
I’m Wedding Photographer Kevin Mullins, a dad, a husband, a brother an ex-rugby player and a huge Johnny Cash fan!
I grew up in Wales and although now based in the gorgeous Cotswold town of Malmesbury, I shoot weddings right across the United Kingdom, and destination weddings abroad.
I’m a genuine wedding photojournalist and social documentary photographer. I get a buzz when I see images that have emotion, humour and candour.
A photograph to me, needs to show an element of humanity and I often say that I simply photograph “people being people”.
Taking my inspiration from classic street photographers and photojournalists across the globe, I love to photograph weddings and see it as a privilege to be involved in your special day.
I will photograph your wedding in a documentary reportage way, telling the true story of it in pictures.
Check out my documentary wedding photography page for more details on my unique approach to photographing a wedding.
I live in the Cotswolds with my wife Gemma. We have a young daughter, Rosa Seren and a little boy, Albie.
Additionally, we have two cute, funny and a bit naughty dogs – Breezie, a whippet and Monty, a Border Terrier.
Outside of photography I am a huge rugby fan and played for many years myself at London Welsh in West London.
In January 2015 I was awarded my Associateship of the SWPP, of which I’m the first member to achieve that level using a 100% Reportage Panel of pictures.
I’m also very pleased to be only one of a handful of photographers to have been a member of the International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers.
Our requirements are experience, talent, and professionalism. To be accepted, a photographer must have shot at least 50 weddings, submit their portfolio for review, agree to operate under the ISPWP Code of Conduct, and have an ISPWP Sponsor or four references. And THEN they have to be voted in by current members.
In short, when you hire an ISPWP Photographer, you are hiring a talented veteran with a track record, peer recognition, and a passion for creating heirloom images of your wedding.
Scott Bourne, renowned photographer and journalist on a recent interview mentioned that “Kevin Mullins is one of the top five wedding photographers in the world”
A few little things about me…
- After my family, rugby is my passion and I used to play at London Welsh for many years.
- I’m a black belt in Judo.
- I’ve met the Queen.
- I’ve written a book.
- I’m an official Fujifilm Ambassador
- I will never, ever…..make you say cheese or tilt any of your photographs.
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 with you about becoming your wedding photographer.
- Associate of The Society of Wedding and Portrait Professionals
- Member of the International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers
- Member of The Best of Wedding Photography – The World’s Best Wedding Photographers
- Member of The Wedding Photojournalist Association
- Member of Inspiration Photographers Worldwide
- Member of Fearless Photographers
- Official Fujifilm Ambassador
- Fifteen Gold Winning Images
- Over 60 Highly Commended Images
- Multiple placements and image wins in ISPWP International Competition
- Runner-up, three times as Wedding Photojournalist of the Year
- Landscape Photographer of the Year 2014
As well as shooting weddings, I travel right around the world talking to other photographers, giving photography training and presentations.
In the last year or so I’ve given talks and training as far afield as Argentina, Tokyo and Philadelphia.
You can see a little bit more of my schedule if you are interested.
These images were taken during my interviews and presentations on wedding photojournalism in Tokyo. I’m extremely proud to have my images hung at the permanent gallery at Fujifilm headquarters in Tokyo.
The following images were taken recently whilst giving lectures and workshops at the Spanish speaking photography convention FDF in Cordoba, Argentina.
So that’s me. Mostly, anyway. But what about you?