I always encourage potential clients to ask any questions they may have. Some questions come up more often than others, which is why I have compiled this selection of commonly-asked questions for you. You may find the answer you need is here. If not, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Will you be the person taking the photos on our wedding day?
Yes. While some photographers meet with the client and then send out another (sometimes less-experienced) photographer on the day, you can rest assured I don’t do this. You are hiring me from start to finish, and I will be the one turning up on the day to take the photos we’ve agreed on.
Where are you based?
 I am based in London. However I have covered weddings all over the UK and internationally. No matter where you get married, I can be there. If you are getting married abroad, I will let you know what the expenses amount to. They will cover flights, any transfers required and accommodation.
Do you have another photographer who assists you?
 I may bring an assistant on the day, but I am the sole photographer who will take all the photos at your wedding. The assistant is there to help me manage my photography gear. They may also take direction from me to manage groups for some of the photos. It’s common for people to wonder how on earth one person can take all the photos. I’d be delighted to take you through the day’s events and provide galleries for you to see how I have done it in the past. Of course, it may be that you would prefer having two photographers available to you on the day. If this is the case, I have some excellent contacts and can ensure your requirements are met in every way.
What cameras do you use?
 I use Canon cameras and equipment. I also carry backup cameras, batteries and so on to ensure nothing can go wrong.
How many images will we get?
 I typically offer around 500 images to cover the entire day. However the exact number can depend on a variety of factors. For example a wedding with 100+ guests will typically require more photos to capture the most important moments than a smaller intimate wedding with 20 people. I can give you more guidance when we get together to discuss your plans.
Do you take family photos at the wedding?
Yes. I will provide you with some examples of poses prior to the wedding day. If you have any additional suggestions, or you want some guidance in how to capture the best images, I am only too glad to help.
How long do we have to wait to get our photos?
 Your online gallery – provided securely for your privacy – will be online around four to six weeks after your wedding day. I will also mail a USB containing all the images taken at this point.
Do you design or create wedding albums?
 Yes. Once you have seen your photos you have the option to choose which ones
you would like to include. Once you have selected, previewed and approved your wedding album artwork I will have it delivered within around eight weeks.
Do you have a specific style?
 Style is a complex area. I aim to capture your day as naturally as possible, which is reflected in a reportage and classic style. I won’t pose you on the wedding day, instead I’ll prompt and direct you in a way that appears natural. The more you respond to our direction the less we get involved. I won’t interrupt natural magic but we will help create it.
Do you capture engagements?
Certainly! More and more couples want to preserve this moment as well. It is also the perfect way for me to get to know you both before the big day. Please see further details in the gallery.
Are you insured?
 Yes. If you require copies of my insurance documents (perhaps when booking your venue for example) don’t hesitate to let me know.
What time will you arrive at the site and for how long will you shoot?
While all weddings are different, typically I will cover up to ten hours on the day, from the Bride & Groom getting ready, throughout the day and evening, until the party is in full swing!
If my event lasts longer than expected, will you stay? Is there an additional charge?
Usually we’d be able to work out if this could potentially be the case ahead of the wedding day (so there are no surprises!). It would be rare, considering I cover 10 hours on wedding day, however occasionally things run over and I would always be available to stay. Additional charges apply depending how many hours coverage you would like.