Cornwall Wedding Photographer | The Cornish Photographer
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I am a Cornwall Wedding Photographer covering weddings throughout Cornwall, Devon and beyond!  Natural, relaxed and creative; those words best describe my wedding photography style.  I capture the cherished, classic moments at weddings and also those little events that often go unnoticed but are incredibly memorable. Since every wedding is unique, special requirements can be discussed beforehand. However, on all weddings I aim for my photographs to do these three things;

Show The Love

A nervous glance, a joyful smile and a look of pure devotion; my wedding photography will show the emotions you and your guests are experiencing on your wedding day. Looking back at your pictures, even if you do so for the thousandth time, will make you smile and remember the fun you had and the love you felt.  After all, that’s what your wedding is all about: celebrating your love.

Tell The Story

A wedding is more than just saying ‘I do’ and exchanging rings. Throughout the day your family and guests, meet, laugh and have fun. Some of these moments you might not even have been aware of (as you are busy getting married), but they make for great memories when looking back afterwards. The combination of my creative approach, eye for detail and unusual angles makes for interesting photos that tell the story of your wedding day in pictures.

Capture The Moments

From the first guest arriving to the last dance, a wedding day is full of special moments. I intend to capture all of them, by using a combination of posed portraits (after all, you wouldn’t want to miss out on the mantelpiece pictures with the whole wedding party) as well as many candid shots. These, I shoot un-posed, making for natural reportage-like pictures capturing the true moments of your wedding day as it happened.