Friendly and informal wedding photography captured in a natural way
Who are we...
Hi there... I'm Emma and I love to photograph creative and non-traditional weddings. My approach is friendly and informal, which is key to capturing gorgeous, natural photos of your friends and family.
I started shooting weddings in 2011 and have photographed a truly eclectic mix of celebrations... everything from muddy farm weddings and festival themed gatherings to iconic London hotels. Outdoor weddings are a favourite of mine and anything with a bit of shabby chic and rustic charm!
My background is photojournalism so I take a storytelling approach to each wedding, capturing all of those special moments - the textures, colours, emotions and details which tell the story of your day.
Many of my couples comment on how well I blend in with their friends and family and I often feel like I am with old friends! I love meeting new people and if you like the free-spirited, nature inspired feel of my work then I am sure we will get on :)
I've always had a passion for the environment and green issues. I worked in the photo-department at Greenpeace for over three years in Europe, India (where I lived for one year) and London. My photo assignments covered everything from climate change to intensive farming.
Alongside these assignments I shot projects myself, documenting eco-communities and, most recently I photographed flooding in Somerset. The photos and stories from affected farmers were used by Friends of the Earth as part of their climate campaign. I still regularly work for regularly for charities and maintain a green ethos with my wedding photography services.
The albums and frames which I offer are all eco-friendly and handmade in the UK. My printing is done on acid free paper and my print and frame suppliers are local to me in Devon. For weddings further afield, it is useful to know that I drive a Ford KA which emits less than 120g/km of CO2.