Jørgensen Albums are the top of the tree when it comes to wedding photography albums. They are exceptionally well made. I individually design every album to show your photography at its best.
Jørgensen wedding photography albums feature traditional book binding techniques with high tech and innovative album page designs. They can hold a large number of pages with a generous choice of cover materials and deserve to be considered heirloom quality.
These books originated in Australia and are hand made and finished in the UK. The wedding albums are extremely robust, able to survive a lifetime of use and still provide an asset to hand down to future generations.
As we individually design every single album, I am able to tailor the layout and finish to your specific requirements. No two are the same. A wide range of custom colour and finish options are available and all design services are included in the price of any album you purchase.
The photos are amazing. Everything we could have wanted and more. You are brilliant. Thank you so so much!
Andy fully understood our vision, he created an epic memory of our wedding day. The images are simply stunning.
A UK photographer whose work is the most ideal version of wedding photojournalism you can imagine.
I offer a suite of shapes and sizes to suite your tastes and budget – from the simple elegance of 9×9″ albums, typically featuring a ‘one-image-per-page’ approach to showcase photographs in a subtle, classic way; through to huge 16×16″ centre-piece albums which demand attention (and strong arms!). There are a choice of square and traditional rectangular layouts, with many cover materials, designs and colours available.
Another high quality product from the Jorgensen catalogue which is ideal for parent albums and portrait shoots.
Made to the same high standards as the main albums and delivered in a presentation box, these matted albums are covered with a tactile vinyl cover. At 9×9″, they are at their best with a one-image-per-page design layout, yet still can be custom designed to have multiple images. A fine option.