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frequently asked questions…

Answering all the questions you never thought of asking…


Where are you based?

I’m based on the picturesque island of Jersey, Uk. It’s a great hub with good connections to the UK and Europe.


Absolutely. I offer bespoke packages if you are thinking about doing a destination wedding so send me an email and I’d love to hear what you have planned.


I think it’s really important to do pre wedding shoots or what I like to call, connection sessions. It allows me to get to know you guys better, and you get used being in front of the camera, so that on the day you automatically feel relaxed and we can maximise the time we have for your couple sessions. Post wedding sessions are great if you do just want to get all dressed up again and go for an adventure!

How many photographs do we get?

It’s all dependant on how long I’m with you for the day, and how many guests you have. It’s usually anything between 500-1000 images delivered to you via a private online gallery that you can share with family and friends.

Usually it can take 2-3 weeks in the low season and at most 4-8 weeks during the busy season. I always try to send over a little snippet of images the week after the wedding or when you come back from honeymoon.

When will we get to see the photographs?

I’d always suggest two photographers for weddings of 100 or more and destination weddings. We split up in the morning and allows us to get two angles on the day, as well as focusing on all your guests and details.

Do we need two photographers

If you have a date for your wedding, this can be confirmed by a signed contract and a deposit being paid. I work on a first-sign-first-serve basis, so the date can only be confirmed with these two things!

How do we book a date?

Planning a wedding is only as stressful as you make it. It’s a super exciting time in your life where you get to plan the best party of your life surrounded by the people who love you the most. I have been to over 150+ weddings so with this amount of experience, I’m happy to answer any questions you have whether they are photography related or not. 

Any last bits of advice?


People always ask me what makes a great wedding and I’ve learnt that it is timing. Make sure you schedule enough time between events and most importantly, put time aside for photography. I’d also advise to have someone on your side with a big voice to help move people from one place to the next as this makes your guests experience much more enjoyable.