Documentary wedding photography

I’m a Sussex wedding photographer providing documentary wedding photography for couples who don’t want just old fashioned, traditional images. Instead, they want their wedding day captured in a series of natural, evocative images, that capture the true atmosphere of the day. The real story of the day. Authentic, honest, unobtrusive documentary wedding photography. Photography that doesn’t interfere with the day.

A way of photographing a wedding day that is moulded by my training and experience as a photojournalist at The Times newspaper. Looking to capture a narrative – to capture memories. Images that will tell the story of the day, for many years from now. That is what a wedding photographer is for – their work, their value, isn’t really seen on the day – not like the flowers, the food or the music. The true value of good storytelling wedding photography really comes to light long after the wedding day. A day, moments, emotions, captured in a series of images that will bring back all the memories of the day. They should show someone, who wasn’t there, what the day was like. The moments, the people, the emotions.


What exactly is reportage or documentary wedding photography? How do I photograph a wedding day? How do I work?

Hopefully, this website can give you a real sense of the way that I shoot and how my eye sees a wedding day. It’s the difference in the ‘eye’ that sets photographers apart. If you are interested in an informal and natural approach to unposed wedding photography, please contact me to check my availability.

Member of the WPJA, ISPWP, Fearless Photographers, This is Reportage and The South East Selective