I’m a Sussex Wedding Photographer & I take pretty pictures of people in love.

I’m based in Brighton & have had the pleasure of being a Sussex Wedding Photographer for the past 13+ years. I work in a relaxed way, & photograph the atmosphere of weddings. Capturing the story of your day with little details; moments, smiles & laughter.

I’m also really happy to travel, so if you’re getting married outside of Sussex, don’t be put off!

I feel very lucky to be based in Sussex, it’s truly a beautiful county to be a photographer & I’m always so excited to photograph weddings here. With such a huge range of landscapes to take photos – from the rolling hills of the south downs to the beautiful seaside, we’ve got something for every taste.


I grew up in Brighton, and I’m a pretty outdoorsy kind of guy, so I’ve spent my entire life getting to know the county & it’s countryside. Over my 13+ year photography career, weddings have taken me all over from the alternative vibrancy of Brighton, the dramatic cliffs of Seven Sisters & Cuckmere Haven, the Seaside charm of Worthing beach to the rustic charm of villages and towns such as Lewes & Alfriston.

We have so many amazing venues around Sussex & I’ve had the pleasure of photographing weddings at many of them from the stunning Nymans Gardens, to the impeccably grand Royal Pavilion, to the sophistication of hotels such as Ashdown Park or Buxted Park. I’m also a regular at our beautiful array of wedding barns such as Pangdean Barns, Rumbolds Barn & Grittenham Barn.


If you’d like to see some of my recent Sussex Weddings, take a look at Sophie & Adam’s beautiful, detail filled Grittenham Barn WeddingLuki & Liam’s ultra relaxed, beach & teepee wedding or Leah & Adam’s boho, countryside delight  .

Or check out the featured galleries at the bottom of the page!

I’m fortunate that popular dates often get taken 1-2 years in advance, so if you are interested in booking me for your sussex wedding fill in the form below to check my availability & get more information!

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