documentary - creative - fun
Hi, I'm Liam! I'm a documentary wedding photographer covering Northampton and Northamptonshire. I like what's real, what's genuine, capturing guests enjoying your day, documenting with integrity and style. I'm fortunate enough to have photographed weddings across Northampton and at numerous venues, among them: Dodmoor House, Dodford Manor, Chicheley Hall (OMG they took away the pterodactyls!!) Crockwell Farm, Highgate House, Staverton Park, Stoke Park and Plum Park to name a few. Take your time to browse the portfolio and my blog to get a feel for my style, if you think i'm the wedding photographer for you and it's a good fit then please do get in touch, i'd love to hear from you.
Northampstonshire is a beautiful county, so much so that I've moved here! I'm now based in Yardley Gobion, near Towcester. If you're on the look out for a wedding photographer in northampton then why not read up on my love of black and white wedding photography or read my musings on how to choose a wedding photographer.
My specialty is documentary wedding photography, I believe in capturing genuine images. Approaching each day as a unique event and not trying to fit it around a preconceived idea. If it rains, create beautiful contrasty black and white images using window light. If the sun shines, use back-lighting techniques to make colours sing. Wedding photography has evolved and hiring someone who you trust is more important than ever. I aim to observe your day, but also be a part of it. Head on over to my portfolio page to have a look at more of my work and stay up to date with all my latest musings on the wedding photography blog. If you're looking for an amazing wedding photographer Northamptonshire has to offer, contact me today.
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I believe in capturing genuine images. Approaching each day as a unique event and not trying to fit it around a preconceived idea. If it rains, create beautiful contrasty black and white images using window light. If the sun shines, use back-lighting techniques to make colours sing. Wedding photography has evolved and hiring someone who you trust is more important than ever. I aim to observe your day, but also be a part of it, please look through the gallery of recent work and my google+ page to read reviews from past clients who were awesome enough to write lovely words for me. If you're looking for one of the best wedding photographers in Northamptonshire, contact me today. Check out some recent weddings in Northampton above, Crockwell Farm, Dodford Manor and Dodmoor House
My photography has been featured on the biggest blogs in the UK, including Rock My Wedding and Love My Dress. As a full time professional photographer I've been lucky enough to visit some incredible venues all across Northamptonshire and document some amazing places. I would define my photography style as documentary with an eye for detail. I love colour just as much as black and white photography. No need to worry, I deliver both versions in the final product.
My style is referred to as documentary wedding photography, candid or photojournalistic. Those, however, are just words. The important part for me is to capture who you are, to deliver images that tell your story. Subtle looks and hand gestures to roll on the floor laughter, everything and anything can happen at a wedding and I take pictures of the lot.
Weddings are a mixture of so many emotions, you never know how you will react in all situations which is why trust is so important. I need to know that you trust me implicitly to photograph your day honestly. I do not pose any of my pictures, I have no interest in recreating moments. If it's not real it doesn't interest me. If it rains, it rains. If it's dark, it's dark. I won't make your day into something it's not. Friends and family are the most important things, the relationships you share and the fun you have together is what I capture. Head here to find out more about pricing and packages. I love what I do and if you think we can work together, give me a call and we'll get a meeting in the diary.