I would consider York to be my second home, in fact my family and I are frequently there as it’s not far from where we live. We love York, so it’s always super special when I get to photograph a wedding there.

Over the years I have attended as a York wedding photographer many times, and visited venues such as the Parsonage and the Hospitium. I’ve even been the chosen wedding photographer for small ceremonies held at the lovely Registry office. This year in particular I have visited York more than any other city for weddings, but I’ve also been the chosen event photographer for the University of York and Hull York Medical School for several of their events, such as freshers week, and even for the York history society.

While I am used to most weddings having the same structure throughout the day, not all weddings are the same. Not everyone likes to be photographed, that’s why I approach every wedding with the an unobtrusive and documentary style. I always prefer to meet up with the couple before the big date, just so that we can all get to know each other. I can then explain my hands off style, they have fun, and I capture that.


I offer two simple packages for wedding photography. A shorter day running from the ceremony to the the reception. Or a full day, which runs from getting ready right through to the first dance and usually a little after. As a wedding photographer I always arrive a good hour before my start time. This allows me enough time to prepare my gear and double check on any timings of the day. Throughout the day I will be buzzing about trying to find the best light. Trying different angles, and I can always be approached by any wedding guest for photos.

The typical review I receive at the end of the day is that I blended in, weddings guests would comment how I never made them uncomfortable. I have also been told that many guests at a wedding thought I was actually a guest! That means I did my job to the fullest.


Usually it takes me 2-3 weeks to edit the photos from the day. Once I have arrived back to my desk I backup all the photos several times, then the next day the hard work begins with editing. I know many photographers take months to deliver the gallery, but I don’t operate like that. Who wants to wait six months?

Once all editing is complete they are then uploaded to your own secure online gallery, where you can view and download the high-resolution images. I place no restriction on how many photos I take or even deliver. Typically for a full day wedding the amount of photos delivered can range from 500-700, all in colour with black and white variations.

All client galleries will be hosted online for the next 12 months, after that the gallery then becomes archived.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions, I would love to hear from you!