Where are you based?
I am based between Bath and Bristol, but I travel throughout England and Wales at no extra cost. For weddings in Scotland and N.Ireland (and anywhere else in the world for that matter) I can provide you with a quote specific to your destination.
How many photographs will we receive?
I can’t even tell you the amount of photos that I take on the day as I am very click happy. So I narrow these down to 500-700 of the best photographs that will be yours.
How long do you stay on the day?

I usually arrive during the bridal prep which is two hours before the ceremony to get some getting ready shots (if you don’t want any, let me know and I can shoot something else!) I then stay until around an hour after the first dance.

I’ve seen some photos that I like on Pinterest. Can you recreate them?

I’ll definitely look and consider the style that you like, but I’m not one for recreating other people’s work down to a T. I’ll use Pinterest as a guide, but I don’t want to recreate a fashion shoot! Hopefully you’ll like my work enough to trust that I’ll get the shots that you like! Take a look at my gallery and my blog posts to see whether you like my work.

Do you retouch your photos?
I edit every single photo individually to get the sharpness and white balance at its best. I won’t enhance your bust or backside – but I will photoshop out unfortunate spots (so don’t stress over a breakout).
What happens if you’re ill or can’t make it on the day?
This has never happened to me yet (touch wood!). But I know that these things can happen and can’t be helped. In the event that I can’t make it, you will not go without a wedding photographer. I have two very close friends that are wedding photographers themselves, and if they can’t make it, I’m a member of a few photographer groups, (some with thirty photographers plus!) so I’m certain that there will be somebody there to shoot your big day.
What happens if your camera breaks?

Although it’s only happened once before (again, touch wood), I do have three top of the range cameras that I carry everywhere. So if one fails, I’ve always got backup

What happens if it rains?
Who cares?! We embrace the rain, do the best we can and get some really cool shots! Rain makes for beautiful light and gorgeous reflections, so we grab the umbrellas and go for it. If it’s particularly stormy, we can always shoot inside and go for a Dolce & Gabbana look.
Can I give you a list of group shots that I want?

Of course you can! Although, the more time I spend on group shots, the less documentary photography you’ll have. You can specify any group shots in an online form that I will provide you with. I do however advise that you have no more than 15 people in a group shot. This is so I can fit everyone in comfortably, with everyone’s eyes open! Also, it’s good to have an essential group list, and then an extended group list. This way I can get the shots that are the most important to you.

Can we buy an album?
Certainly! I offer a range of albums that you can purchase (view the albums here), so just get in touch with me via email or phone. We can then meet up, and you can talk to me about your budget and what you’re looking for. I don’t restrict you by size and you can pick all of the photos that you want in the album yourself.
What happens if you die?
I was asked this question twice in one weekend! Apparently, this has happened to other couples and they have been left without any wedding photos. Let’s pretend a herd of cows trampled on me whilst walking the dogs and I’m pronounced dead at the scene.  Once you’ve had chance to grieve for me, you’ll be wanting to know how to get hold of your wedding photos that I was in the process of editing before the unfortunate incident. All of your memory cards will be kept in a pot underneath my computer screen with your name clearly written on. Just come and knock on the door (providing the whole family hasn’t been wiped out) and ask for your pot. You can then take all the raw images off to another professional to edit. If you need to get in touch with anyone, my family have a different surname to me which may cause problems if you’re searching the web for an alive relative. My youngest daughter Alice Mcmullen will be your best point of contact, you can find her via social media. Good luck!
Can we print the photos ourselves?

Yes! You can access your photos online and either download them and use any online or local high street printing shop.

You can also use the shop that comes with your online gallery, these prints are professional quality on archival papers. I recommend this method for the best quality and colours. 

Your friends and family can also download and print the photos via the online gallery. 

Do you backup the photos?

Yes! I wouldn’t dare not to! Your photos will also stay on the online gallery for one years after the wedding, but I do still keep backups myself.

Do we need to feed you on the day?

Well, if you do – I’m not going to grumble. But just to warn you, I am a gluten-free, dairy-free vegetarian so you may not want to! On more of a serious note, I’m happy to order food at the venue if they offer it. If not, I can bring my own packed lunch.

Are you insured?

Yes, I have public liability insurance with Photosheild upto the value of £5,000,000

When will we receive our photos?
There is a four week turnaround after the wedding day.
When do we pay?

The £300 booking fee is due at the time of booking and the remainder is due four weeks before your wedding day.

Can we pay in installments?
Of course you can, whatever suits you best as long as I have received full payment by four weeks before your wedding day.
Do you use a second photographer?

I can provide one if you have a particularly large wedding or if you want full coverage of the groom prep. However, if you choose a place where you can both get ready in close proximity, I can cover both the bride and groom by going from A to B myself. My daughter Alice has been accompanying me to large weddings recently, she is currently studying photography and has been a great help acting as an assistant and second photographer. We can chat when we meet and I’ll decide if it would be beneficial for Alice to come along to get some extra shots at different vantage points.

Do you do engagement shoots?
I do! They’re not included in the price of the wedding package but I absolutely love engagement shoots. We can pick a scenic location that is special to you and shoot at a time where the light is at its best to get those perfect engagement shots. If you’d like to arrange one, drop me an email or give me a bell.
How do we book?
Before I take bookings, I love to meet my clients! Preferably I’d like to meet you face to face and get to know you, but if you live too far away, we can always Skype. After our meeting, I like to give you time to go away and think about it. It is a big decision after all! If you’re sure that you want to book me, firstly thank you, and secondly, I’ll send you an online form where there’s a £300 booking fee which will secure your date.
Kissing couple at Bisgopstrow Hotel
Sunset photo at Stourhead Gardens
Flower girl collecting confetti from the floor
Happy bride and groom dancing


I believe that you must have a good relationship with your wedding photographer in order to get the photographs that you want. This is why I thought I’d write this section, to tell you about my style of photography and how I work, so that you can make a decision on whether you think I’m right for you. It’s important to find a photographer that’s absolutely what you’re looking for. Everyone has their own style when it comes to clothing, home decor, and cooking. It’s no different with photography. Each person behind the lens sees the world differently, and this is reflected in the finished photographs. I would love you and your future grandchildren to look back at your photographs and be able to talk about the different stories that occurred on your wedding day. About Auntie Doris’s quirky personality and to remember all the little things clearly so you can tell your story. Your photographs will be timeless and classic but with a hint of vogue. Filled with emotion, stories, and character that look like stills from a movie.


Now you know my style and what I aim to achieve, I want you to know a bit about my approach. Going full circle, the first stage in my creative process is to build a relationship with my client. I want us to understand one another. This way, you’ll be comfortable being around me on your big day, and I’ll know exactly what you’re looking for and what is important to you. The next stage in my process takes place on the big day: working closely with people. I won’t be a shady figure in black standing at the back of the room with a humongous lens. I’ll be in with the crowd, I’ll be up close and personal. That’s how I can capture the important things that I’d otherwise miss. This is why it’s important that you’re comfortable with my presence! Despite this method of shooting, I don’t stick out like a sore thumb. I blend in. A lot of people just think I’m just a guest with a big camera. At all times I’m friendly. I smile. I wink. I sit at the old ladies table next to your Grandma and I follow the kids playing outside. I’m there to capture the whole day, everyone’s day. I follow the light, love and laughter. Wherever it is, I’m not far behind.

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The Old Farmhouse, Castle Farm, Farmborough, Bath, BA2 0DD
Tel: 07809 459478

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