Mark Tattersall Photography
Capturing the atmosphere, happiness and love of your wedding as it happens
Who are we...
Hello! I'm Mark, I have a little family and we like tea parties and bouncing on furniture. I am a massive wedding fan and passionate about documenting love. I hope my pictures capture more than details, smiles and tears. I hope they make you feel, remember and inspire.
When you choose me to photograph your wedding you can expect a friendly, professional and unobtrusive approach.
I don't like shouting or doing stuntman style rolls over your top table but I do love to get creative with capturing the atmosphere, happiness and love of your wedding as it happens.
Mark has built a reputation for photographing couples who share an affinity with the natural environment and are looking to capture the love and joy of their wedding day. I was even Charlie's very own wedding photographer!
If you would like to make a booking or just have a chat about your wedding I would love you to get in touch and say hi! You must take a look at the blog for my latest work (and get some ideas!).
Mark Tattersall Photography aims to make sustainable choices wherever possible and these factors should be the primary decision factor when reasonable to do so. Operating as an eco wedding photographer.
Mark Tattersall Photography is based in a converted (2007) primary school. The building has an annual ‘Carbon Trust Survey’ to identify areas for carbon emission improvement. The building is fitted with motion sensor lighting and up to date energy efficient windows and doors to reduce energy waste and is shared by up to 12 individuals sharing heating and general resources.
All office materials used (paper, envelopes etc) are either made from recycled or
recyclable materials. These materials are bought from local suppliers where possible and often collected on foot. All packaging and waste materials are recycled where possible. Clients are encouraged to correspond via email where possible.
Wedding albums used are made from recyclable materials and materials that will biodegrade. (Acrylic covered albums and products are available. Although this material is fully recyclable it is a plastic) 'Folio Albums' are my most Eco album and full details of their green policies can be found on their website www.folioalbums.com/
Supplied photographs are produced using traditional photographic methods to ensure longevity that uses chemicals that can be harmful, however the printing companies that are used by the studio must meet a basic requirement of using chlorine-free pulp and recycling all silver halide.
Based in Lancashire