Featured Photographer - The Twins

Working under the collective name 'The Twins', Newcastle based sisters Kelly & Caroline bring a timeless class to wedding photography. Together, they manage to fuse a myriad of styles of photography, from documentary to fashion to editorial, without once losing the emotion of the day.

Flicking through their portfolio, it really struck us that The Twins manage to capture pictures that are other-worldly beautiful, but still pure and true to the incredible reality of your wedding day.

- See more at The Twins' website

 

Featured Photographer - Christopher Ian

Based in Cheshire, Christopher Ian's obsessive love of photography as an art shines through his portfolio of weddings and the detail he manages to capture.

Describing himself as a 'natural' photographer, Christopher observes and documents, rather than orchestrate and interfere. His talent for playing with light and shadow create moody images indicative of the true emotion of the moment.

We love his black and white work and the level of class to his work.

- Christopher Ian Photography

 

Featured Photographer - Aga Tomaszek

South Wales-based photographer Aga Tomaszek has a spectacular eye for love and a way of capturing it with all the whimsy true romance deserves. 

Her work has a cinematic feel that is balanced and earthed by the humble joy of each moment. Vivid, dynamic and completely enthralling; Aga has a unique talent for delving straight to the fairy tale of your day.

And who doesn't want that?

- Aga Tomaszek Photography

 

Featured Photographer - Sacha Miller

With a background in newspaper photojournalism, Cardiff based Sacha Miller has a special eye for capturing stolen moments. A glance here, a smile there - Miller's fly-on-the-wall approach effortlessly encapsulates the true beauty of the day with an intimacy that never appears forced or staged. 

We love this work.

- Sacha Miller

 

Featured Photographer - Tim Bishop

Being a wedding photographer is a heck of a responsibility. This is the most precious day of your life - after all - capturing and preserving those moments is a hugely important job.

And one that Cardiff based photographer Tim Burton doesn't take lightly. Describing himself as  an 'alternative photographer / ninja', Tim's imagery fuses both a reportage, documentary style that allows the day to unfold naturally and a beautifully framed editorial feel - giving you the best of both worlds.

We particularly love how he uses the landscape and setting to its fullest potential and infuses so much of the couple's personality into each shot. 

- Tim Bishop