Solihull & Birmingham Wedding Photographer

You should enjoy every little bit of your wedding, and wedding photography is a big part of that. Everyone is fond of saying that the photos are important because they are what remain when the day is done, and that is true. But I think it goes much further than that. The experience of taking your photos should enhance the day itself, not distract from it. And the more you enjoy taking the photos, the more you’ll enjoy the results afterwards.

Professional wedding photography involves a whole range of skills. With time and experience the technical and artistic elements become much more instinctive, so I can spend my main focus on you and your families. Catching moments, joining in, documenting your day. By keeping things relaxed, natural and fun I can help you feel confident, look your best and be yourselves.

Why not start by taking a look at my portfolio.

ABOUT RICHARD

Hi, I’m Richard and I’m a full-time professional wedding photographer. I can tell you and I are going to be friends! If you’re getting married, my warmest congratulations. Good on you! Over the last fourteen years I’ve produced beautiful photographs for hundreds of wonderful couples. I would LOVE to do the same for you.

When I'm not taking photographs I like hiking, climbing, eating pancakes, making things out of wood and teaching scouts to read maps. I live in Solihull with my amazing wife Kate, but photograph weddings in Birmingham, the West Midlands and all over the country. It's a real joy to share a passion for photography with her and we often get to work together.

My style is a mixture of informal and traditional - partly unscripted and candid, partly with subtle direction to make the most gorgeous images we can. But I always want your photos to look natural, and for you to feel great as we take them. Read more here.

LOOKING FOR YOUR PHOTOS?

If you've been to a wedding recently, look for your images here. When the photos are ready they're uploaded to an individual client gallery, which sometimes has a password. They're usually available for a year, but please ask if you can't find them.

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