Reportage, or magazine-style coverage is my favourite style of wedding photography. It enables me to combine all the best parts of traditional wedding photography with the freshness of photojournalism.
I’m an experienced photojournalist and draw on my expertise to create natural and informal photographs throughout the day, allowing the bride, groom and guests to relax.
Documentary-style pictures call for a discrete approach and most of the time you won’t even know I’m there. I photograph in both black and white and colour.
To allow your wedding to flow smoothly, I take advantage of the natural pauses during the day, making the photography enjoyable for everyone. As well as documentary-style photographs and the more traditional photographs of the wedding party, family and friends, approximately 30 minutes needs to be set aside for the wedding portrait of the bride and groom. Creating a little bit of quiet time in a busy day, these photographs can be taken in a favourite setting, (it helps if it’s close) and can range from inside the church or hotel grounds; at a favourite garden or park; to a beautiful building or a farmer’s field.