Norwich Wedding Photographer
Hi, I’m Andy, and I’m a Norfolk & Norwich Wedding Photographer.
I love using my photography to tell a story, I love people. I love capturing emotion, delivering images to my clients knowing that they will treasure them forever.
If you book me, then I’ll be there to capture your entire day. All of the little things, the blink-and-you’ll-miss them moments. The looks you give each other when their eyes meet for the first time on the day. The natural, honest emotions on display.
My photography is my passion, it’s how I’ve told my own story over the years, I bring that passion into my wedding photography. My laid back approach means you can think of me as a friend with a camera. It enables me to capture your day from up close. Capture the true emotions on display and deliver images which you will treasure forever.
Norfolk Wedding Photographer
If you’re looking for a Norwich or Norfolk Wedding Photographer, and want someone who will capture real moments and emotions. Then look no further my relaxed approach will allow me to blend into your wedding guests. I’ll be a friend with a camera, no bossing people about, no awkward cheesy poses. Just the real story of your day.
I’m not the kind of wedding photographer to keep you waiting for your images either. You’ll have a slideshow two weeks after your wedding with the rest of your images following shortly afterwards.
So please, take a look around site. Read a bit of my story, and consider letting me tell yours.
More recently, I’ve become a member of Fearless Photographers. Fearless is a unique photography directory of the world’s best wedding photographers who are not afraid to push the limits of professional wedding photography. I’m extremely humbled and proud to be a part of them
I’m originally from a mining town in Northumberland, but have lived in Norwich since 1998. I am a proud husband and father as well as an avid traveller. I love Norwich and Norfolk and can’t see myself ever living anywhere else. I love being a wedding photographer and I hope this shows in the images that I capture.