Surrey Wedding Photographer
Focused on the moment so that you can focus on being in the moment...
But it's not all about the couple! I also want to capture beautiful wedding photography in Surrey that tells the story of the day and your friends and family celebrating with you.
Award Winning Photography For Couples Getting Married In Surrey
I am a Surrey wedding photographer. My images are authentic and full of emotion. If you’re engaged to be married and you’re looking for a professional to document your nuptials then congratulations, you’ve come to the right place! I love capturing such special occasions throughout this picturesque county in the South East of England, working discreetly to capture natural candid pictures that go beyond the traditional portraits and pictures of the ceremony, to tell a beautiful love story in your album.
Natural Wedding Photojournalism
I enjoy working with fun family oriented newly-weds who want to celebrate the day they get married with personal touches, be that a religious ceremony or not, in a classic white wedding dress and veil, or of course beyond Surrey! I’m proud to be an inclusive Surrey wedding photographer.
As one of the leading professional photographers based in Surrey to shoot in a candid reportage or documentary style, my aim is to capture a real photojournalistic story of your wedlock, as well of course, as taking those all important family group shots, bride and groom portraits and shots of the ceremony vows etc. I’m delighted to shoot at some of Surrey’s top venues, including Loseley Park, as well as being a recommended supplier at venues including Pembroke Lodge, Gate Street Barn, Thames Rowing Club, Cain Manor and Ramster Hall.
“David captured the most important moments effortlessly, artfully and sensitively.”
Nicole & Matt
Why I Love Photographing Weddings
The aim of my art is to capture decisive moments without turning your wedding into a posed fashion shoot! I love to capture moments of joy and nervous anticipation of the newlyweds through the lens of my camera; a look or a touch that can reveal so much in a single exposure. With professional digital equipment and a fast shutter speed, I even like to take a snapshot of the absurd and unplanned moments that will become cherished memories in your family photo album of life.
You’re Engaged! Let The Wedding Planning Commence
Planning your wedding should be fun. I love getting to know all my engaged couples before their wedding ceremony, and my time with them as their Surrey wedding photographer. I want to understand the kind of marriage service you want, so that I can capture a true likeness of you and your partner in my digital camera. Surrey has so many beautiful locations to tie the knot with views of the Surrey Hills, National Trust properties in Surrey, Box Hill and the South Downs. You can read more about the history of Surrey on Wikipedia. If the location you and you fiancé plan to marry is in Surrey then I’ll visit the venue, church, synagogue or mosque during your wedding planning.
Surrey; A Beautiful County To Be A Wedding Photographer
The picturesque market town of Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, and Royal Surrey Hospital, is also where I choose to call home. The town built up around the River Wey and is blessed with quintessentially English landscapes just a stones throw from other Surrey towns such as Woking and Esher, as well as being on the route of the Pilgrims’ Way which is so inspiring for a Surrey based photographer like myself. In fact I grew up in Thames Ditton and Cobham, and did my degree at what was then The Surrey Institute of Art & Design in Farnham.
Although it’s thought of as a commuter suburb of London, Surrey is well known as an area of outstanding natural beauty with tourist destinations such as Guildford Castle established by the Normans, Brooklands Museum, RHS Wisley Garden, Waverley Abbey and Hampton Court Palace, and notable historic people who have lived in Surrey include George Abbot and Lewis Carroll.
Diary Of A Surrey Wedding Photographer – Summer 2021
Last updated 15th June 2021: As England football fans, we’re used to waiting, and it seems that after the government’s announcement yesterday, we’re going to have to wait a little longer for weddings to fully return to normal. I am however really excited to be working as a Surrey wedding photographer at two beautiful venues this coming weekend. I’ll be doing a long awaited engagement shoot on Saturday and then Lucia & Tom’s wedding on Sunday. Keep believing everyone. It’s coming home!
Behind the scenes, I’ve been continuing to prepare for the busy summer ahead by investing in a new pair of wedding shoes! Other photographers who may be reading this will know just how important it is to find the right pair of shoes for the wedding day. Something comfortable of course, as you’ll be on your feet all day, but also smart enough for a wedding, and preferably with rubber soles to avoid any embarrassing slips and make creeping around during the ceremony and speeches a little easier. Further updates on this important topic to come, I’m sure.