My aim? It's not just about documenting your Wedding Day; it's about curating a serene atmosphere for you, your loved ones, and your guests. With my easy-going nature, I love engaging in conversations on various topics, breaking the ice with a touch of humour. When you’ve settled in I then like to take a backseat, blending into the background alongside the guests to let you enjoy every moment.

While my primary style is that of a Documentary Wedding Photographer, I'm open to a few group photos and a brief portrait session if you desire. Life's brevity calls for living each day to its fullest. What we'll hold dear in the future isn't the posed images but the raw moments—tears, laughter, and everyone having a blast!

Away from photography, I share my life with my incredible partner Sarah and our adorable kids, Hendrix and Myles. In our downtime, we explore the country, attending festivals in our self-converted campervan. I wear multiple hats—I DJ, play guitar, and sing, making campfire and stage nights a regular occurrence. Both Sarah and I are avid yoga enthusiasts—she's a yoga teacher, and I'm a perpetual student!

Lastly, I limit myself to a maximum of 20 weddings per year. This deliberate choice ensures I can devote my full attention to each couple, delivering the exceptional service you deserve.

Wedding photography isn't just a job for me—it's my passion.

My aim? It's not just about documenting your Wedding Day; it's about curating a serene atmosphere for you, your loved ones, and your guests. With my easy-going nature, I love engaging in conversations on various topics, breaking the ice with a touch of humour. When you’ve settled in I then like to take a backseat, blending into the background alongside the guests to let you enjoy every moment.

While my primary style is that of a Documentary Wedding Photographer, I'm open to a few group photos and a brief portrait session if you desire. Life's brevity calls for living each day to its fullest. What we'll hold dear in the future isn't the posed images but the raw moments—tears, laughter, and everyone having a blast!

Away from photography, I share my life with my incredible partner Sarah and our adorable kids, Hendrix and Myles. In our downtime, we explore the country, attending festivals in our self-converted campervan. I wear multiple hats—I DJ, play guitar, and sing, making campfire and stage nights a regular occurrence. Both Sarah and I are avid yoga enthusiasts—she's a yoga teacher, and I'm a perpetual student!

Lastly, I limit myself to a maximum of 20 weddings per year. This deliberate choice ensures I can devote my full attention to each couple, delivering the exceptional service you deserve.

Wedding photography isn't just a job for me—it's my passion.

My aim? It's not just about documenting your Wedding Day; it's about curating a serene atmosphere for you, your loved ones, and your guests. With my easy-going nature, I love engaging in conversations on various topics, breaking the ice with a touch of humour. When you’ve settled in I then like to take a backseat, blending into the background alongside the guests to let you enjoy every moment.

While my primary style is that of a Documentary Wedding Photographer, I'm open to a few group photos and a brief portrait session if you desire. Life's brevity calls for living each day to its fullest. What we'll hold dear in the future isn't the posed images but the raw moments—tears, laughter, and everyone having a blast!

Away from photography, I share my life with my incredible partner Sarah and our adorable kids, Hendrix and Myles. In our downtime, we explore the country, attending festivals in our self-converted campervan. I wear multiple hats—I DJ, play guitar, and sing, making campfire and stage nights a regular occurrence. Both Sarah and I are avid yoga enthusiasts—she's a yoga teacher, and I'm a perpetual student!

Lastly, I limit myself to a maximum of 20 weddings per year. This deliberate choice ensures I can devote my full attention to each couple, delivering the exceptional service you deserve.

Wedding photography isn't just a job for me—it's my passion.