Photographers

We have been lucky enough to work alongside this group of very talented people. Each have different styles and offer beautiful photographs of your big day. There is a link for you to clickthrough to their websites below if you wish to find out more.

 
 
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Guy Collier Photography

 

"I don’t take myself too seriously. That’s the first thing to know. I’m not rocking up to weddings telling people I’m an artist. That’s not me.

I’m full-time. I’m not into staging shots. I’m mainly documentary with a few groups chucked in for Mum and Dad. I shoot all over the place, but mainly Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex, London, those sorts of areas. I’ll travel though, so just ask. Last year I was voted one of the ‘Top 50 UK Wedding Photographers’. I’m still not sure what that means, or who decides. I don’t care too much. The only people who matter on that front are the ones who book me."

 
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Sarah Williams Photography

 

"One of the things I love the most about photographing weddings is getting to meet so many lovely couples and sharing a journey with them. From the planning stages of their wedding right through to the day itself, I always feel very honoured to be chosen to share my couples special day. I photograph weddings with a reportage style, telling a story with photos and allowing my couples to enjoy their wedding day."

 
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ELS Photography

 " Hey! I’m Emma and i’m an Alternative wedding photographer based in Kent/East Sussex (covering the UK & beyond!)

If you want fun alternative portraits, silly crazy faces from your guests and photos of you and your friends rocking it out on the dance floor instead of endless group shots and cringey poses then i’m the one for you!

Ultimately I want to create images that make you feel something, from feelings of love and laughter to WTFunk happened there!?
Wedding Photography shouldn’t just be about beautiful portraits but REAL moments too"

 
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Amy Cook Photography

"My favourite photographs are always the unplanned ones; the ones where the person completely forgets the camera is there. The ones where people are truly in the moment with their loved ones.

For me it’s about taking genuine and authentic photographs, capturing a truthful image of what it feels like to be there. Quite often surroundings such as a person’s home, or favourite family spot are where people can be themselves, tends to capture a scene more honestly. It also makes every shoot I do unique

I think it’s a real privilege to be invited into the important occasions in people lives, and to offer them memories to keep. I hope it delivers the same precious feeling I get when I look at those photographs that my dad took – all those years ago!"

 
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Lee Maxwell Photography

"Hi, I'm Lee, and I'm lucky enough to say that wedding photography is my job.

My style is candid, natural and (I like to think!) creative.

My Approach is intended to capture real moments with real emotion. In turn, every wedding collection is different and each couple have photos from their wedding day which is unique to them and no one else."

 

Mia Hooper Photography

The first thing you’ll probably notice about me when talking about wedding photography is how much I flippin’ LOVE my job! I actually just really love weddings – if I wasn’t a photographer I’m sure I’d be a florist or a cake lady instead.

I love colour and hazy sunlight, so my photos are often dreamy and warm. I think I’m probably a little bit obsessed with lens flare. And if I had to categorise my style of photography I’d probably have to say contemporary with a touch of editorial and a big dollop of reportage.