Natural, Intuitive, Heartfelt & Emotive


Capturing love and laughter since 2007

A wedding day is one that is full to the brim and bursting with emotion; there will be laughter and no doubt there will be some tears.  As your wedding photographer I will instinctively capture the essence and emotion of your day.  I am heavily invested in all my couples, I take time to get to know you and understand what is most important to you.

I will not only be your wedding photographer, but also your friend.  

When you tell me that you 'don't look good' in photos, I will work with you tirelessly so that you can approach your wedding day with confidence, reassured that I understand what you see.  I will change how you see yourself in photos.

When the nerves kick in on the day I will offer you reassurance

When things are feeling rushed and a little bit crazy, I will give you space to breathe and take your time

I won't ask for awkward posing, but will photograph and capture you being yourselves.  

It doesn't get much more perfect than 'real'

All you need to do is make some memories together.  Enjoy and spend time with your family and friends while I blend in, documenting each & every significant detail of your wedding day and I hope that for years to come you will be able to think back to your day & remember that it was ......nothing less than beautiful.



Helen captured every tender moment, every giggle and the essence of not just us
but also our friends and family.
Helen’s photos are thoughtful, beautiful, perfectly balanced and are the most precious
keepsake of our wedding day.
— Ellen Roberts, June 2016 - Packington Moor

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Helen photographed our wedding on 9 April 2016 and did such an amazing job, I can’t recommend her enough. She has such an eye for a great shot and is an absolute pleasure to work with and get to know as a person. We were organising our wedding from overseas and Helen was so responsive and made the whole thing easy. Thank you Helen for giving us memories to last a lifetime x
— Philippa Sandford, April 2016 - Shrigley Hall