As a London and Brighton gay wedding photographer, I absolutely love shooting LGBTQ+ gay weddings. For me, it's like feeling really at home like you belong. Like family. (Plus they are always loads of fun and filled with love).
Some people say there is no difference between photographing a gay or straight wedding. But I think there is. Some couples still find it tricky booking hotel rooms for two guys or two girls, some girls can face a frosty look when trying on wedding dresses.
There are still elements of the wedding industry who are way behind the times.
Gay weddings are awesome because couples do exactly what they want for their big day. You don't have to follow convention. Do things your way. If that means having 6 bridesmaids dressed in wedding dresses or tuxedos that is fine. Some have best men, some have best women. Some have drag queens, some get ready together, some get ready separately. Some dance down the aisle to Abba. and of course, let's not forget that the party part of the day is guaranteed to be epic!
My gay wedding photography is fun and natural. I will tell the story of your wedding day from beginning to end. I shoot in a really genuine and authentic way. No posing, just be yourselves.
I am proud of being me, proud of being gay, it is who I am.
I've had loads of experience shooting gay weddings in London and Brighton over the last 5 years. So please sing out with any questions.
I can't wait to hear all about your wedding plans.
I like to engage with you and your other half and really connect. I understand and get where you're coming from. Any special requests please ask. I love difference, spontaniety and capturing your real moments.
To me its all about moments. I love happy moments, emotive moments, loving moments...any moment! I will be like a fly on the wall, observing what is going on during your day and very descreetly taking photos to record those special moments.
I love shooting gay weddings in London. I know it well, having spent most of life living here. London is the city where I feel truly at home - it was my "coming out city" and embraced me with welcoming arms! I have many special memories of prides and fun days in London. I love the vibe and excitement. These days I split my time between London and Brighton which is the best of both worlds, I think!