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I’m Kevin and I’m a documentary wedding photographer based in the UK, though I shoot a lot as a Somerset Wedding Photographer.

If you’re interested in me being your Somerset wedding photographer, please do get in touch to discuss pricing and availability.

According to Wikipedia, Somerset is a county in South West England which borders Gloucestershire and Bristol to the north, Wiltshire to the east, Dorset to the south-east and Devon to the south-west.

It is bounded to the north and west by the Severn Estuary and the Bristol Channel, its coastline facing southeastern Wales. Its traditional border with Gloucestershire is the River Avon.  Somerset’s county town is Taunton.

Somerset is a rural county of rolling hills, the Blackdown Hills, Mendip Hills, Quantock Hills and Exmoor National Park, and large flat expanses of land including the Somerset Levels. There is evidence of human occupation from Paleolithic times, and of subsequent settlement by the Celts, Romans and Anglo-Saxons. The county played a significant part in Alfred the Great’s rise to power, and later the English Civil War and the Monmouth Rebellion. The city of Bath is famous for its Georgian architecture and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

I’ve photographed many times in Somerset.  Whether that’s at country houses such as North Cadbury Court or Orchardleigh House in the north of the county.

Or Brympton House, Priston Mill and Clevedon Hall further afield.

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Some recent blog posts as a Somerset Wedding Photographer:

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    The Interlinking Fingers – Why I love this Wedding Photo

    Why I Love this Wedding Photo – The Interlinking Fingers.

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    St. Audries Park Wedding Photography

    St. Audries Park Wedding Photography of Chloe & Matt on a sunny autumnal day.

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    The Guests – Why I love this First Dance Wedding Photo

    The Guests. Part of my ongoing series where I discusses some of my favourite wedding photography images.

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    North Cadbury Court Wedding Photographer

    The sun-drenched and lovely wedding of Tamas and Chloe at North Cadbury Court.

  • Orchardleigh House Wedding

    Katy and Ben were married at Orchardleigh House estate at the end of last year.  The ceremony of their Orchardleigh House Wedding took place in the wonderful St. Mary’s Church which is in the grounds of Orchardleigh house but has no electricity and is lit only by candles (for the photographers out there, you can imagine what…

  • Orchardleigh House Wedding Photographer

    Orchardleigh House is another superb wedding venue in North Somerset.  Located just outside Frome, it even has its own parish church on site. James and Suzanne did not get married there, however, choosing instead the lovely nearby parish church of All Saints in Lullington. A traditional Charbanc bus ferried the guests between Orchardleigh House and…

  • Wedding Photographer Bristol

    Wedding Photographer Bristol at Clevedon Hall Documentary wedding photography is all about capturing the wedding as it unfolds, and enjoying it too!  I thoroughly enjoyed the wedding of Sara and James held at St. Mary’s Church, Walton St. Mary and nearby Clevedon Hall back in May.  Despite some pretty blustery weather conditions it was a…

  • Brympton House Wedding Photographer, Brympton D’Evercy

    As reportage wedding photographer Brympton House, in Somerset is a dream venue to photograph.  It is simply stunning, both inside and out.  It has over thirty acres of well-tended gardens and lakes, a chapel, an orangery and the longest oak staircase in the whole of England. Stephen and Sharanjit booked me to document their wedding…

  • Priston Mill Wedding Photographer

    The first wedding of 2011 for me was back in early January are the wonderful Priston Mill. Jess and Ed had come over from their life in New Zealand to tie the knot in a beautiful winter wedding. I’d met Jess and Ed a couple of times previously and they are genuinely lovely people, with…