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I am often asked about cameras and equipment by friends, clients, wedding guests, twitter followers…… the list goes on. Photography has always been popular and digital in particular has opened up the world of image-making up more widely than ever before. This post won’t be......

Cities are superb for honing documentary photography skills. Street photography offers so many different opportunities to look for stories that are happening all of the time. In many ways is one of the most authentic styles of people photography. In March, I took another trip......

Anyone that has followed my blog previously, read my twitter ramblings or indeed seen me working over the last couple of years, will know that I’ve spent quite a bit of time using a type of digital camera known variously as mirrorless or compact system......

I’ve been using mirrorless or ‘Compact System’ cameras (CSCs) in a professional capacity for 2 years, as a supplement to my main working rig of dual SLRs with a set of fast primes. Starting with the Fujifilm X-Pro1 and then the Fuji X100S, I used......

I first detailed the equipment I use in this post way back in 2012, and another one in 2013 when I made the switch to Canon. I’ve written a couple of times about moving to the Olympus E-M1 system, in blog posts and when sharing......

Dear blog, please forgive me as I’ve not given you much attention lately. I’ll make up for it with an epic (and I don’t use that word loosely) post now. It’s a biggy – lots of words; lots of pics (making up for lost time).......

I’ve just been designing an album for this gorgeous couple, and thought it would be a good time to feature their wedding. This year has included more local weddings than at any time in my wedding photographer career. In Dorset, we have many fantastic locations......

Aaaaaand we’re done. All of a sudden, it’s December, and that’s the year finished. Wowsers. What a year it’s been. 2016 has been a memorable one for sure, not least for the wonderful couples who entrusted me to capture their wedding days. Not for the......

Dorset Wedding Photographer

I photograph weddings in my home county of Dorset, across the south of England, further afield in the UK and at European Destination Weddings.

Working as a destination wedding photographer is an exciting thing yet brings a whole host of other challenges for a professional, and you can be confident in my experience and ability to work internationally.

If my style and approach appeals to you, wherever in the world your wedding might be, let’s talk and see where the adventure goes.