Natural, fun and creative wedding photography, specialising in luxury weddings, and couples looking for unique natural shots.
Pricing & Costs

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Photography Style

Reportage / Documentary

Products and Services

Bridal Prep Shots
Back-Up Equipment
Online Proofing
Photo Printing
Flexible Hours on the Day
Last-Minute Orders
Stay Through Speeches
Stay Through Dancing
Large Group Shots
Online Shop
Thank You Cards / Photo Stationery
Second Shooter Available
Wedding Albums
Personal Online Gallery
Pre-Wedding Venue Visit
Pre-Wedding Consultation
Digital Editing / Airbrushing
Images on USB
Full Description
When it comes to your wedding day photography I like to keep the images as natural, fun, and creative as possible. Not only do I concentrate on beautiful creative shots of you both together but I also like to concentrate on your guests who make the day your own! Every wedding is different and every couple is different, so whether you are looking for a romantic hide away feel to your photography or a buzzing fun inner city vibe I look to cater to each and every couples individuality. Over the years I have worked with many happy couples, in England and throughout Europe, and am priviledged to be recommended by sort after venues and wedding suppliers within Manchester.

Personal Message from the Manager

Name of Wedding Contact: Kerry
Hello and welcome to my page! Firstly congratulations on your engagement, and thank you for taking the time to have a glance at my work. I always add my most recent wedding images here so you can be sure to be up to date with my work throughout the seasons. I can sometimes get booked up in busy seasons so If you like what you see please don't hesitate to get in contact to see if I have availability on your date, or to simply chat wedding.. my favourite thing!


Year Business Was Established
No. of Weddings Hosted
More than 50
Public Liability Insurance
No. of People In Team
Danny and Paula
Married in September 2017
November 2017
Passionate, empathetic and creative
From the moment Kerry visited us to discuss being our wedding photographer we immediately felt at ease, which is so important. Her experience of photographing weddings abroad was reassuring, her clear passion for photography was striking and her warm personality made us feel really special. She communicated well in the leadup to the wedding and on the day itself was able to get people organised which is no easy feat, and take photos quickly and efficiently with a sense of humour and a smile, which all added to the best day ever. The photos are beautiful, they really capture some wonderful moments that we were too busy to witness. Nothing was too much trouble for her. 100% recommend.
Isara and Mark
Married in September 2017
November 2017
Capturing our Spirit
We would just like to say a huge thank you to Kerry (and to Malc) for capturing the truly special memories of our wedding day. The pictures are absolutely stunning but more than just photos, some how Kerry captured our spirit as a couple and as a family which I just think is amazing. Kerry is a stunning artist and such a lovely person who put everyone at ease. Every time I look through the photos I notice something new. Thank you so much Kerry x
Zoe Wadsworth
Wedding: June 2017
November 2017
Amazing photos for the most special day
Kerry at 2Ducks Galleries provided my mums wedding photography this past June, they were everything she wanted and the family in capturing the most special day that my mum had waited 19 years for. Would highly recommend, amazing photos and an amazing photographer X
Location & Contact Details


Manchester, Greater Manchester, England

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Once upon a wedding

What is your most memorable wedding?

Oh gosh, there are so many for so many different reasons! However if I had to say the first that came to my mind it would be the first wedding I was commissioned to shoot abroad. On the beautiful island of Ibiza, at the Elixir hotel, what a venue! There was so much fun to this day, and with it's own beach I had the best time creating scenes and beautiful images with my couple.

Describe your style in 5 adjectives.

Creative, romantic, natural, fun, reportage

What about your business are you most proud of?

I'm most proud of the fact that I genuinley started with nothing but an idea of what I wanted. I wanted to be free to be creative and to also travel, so I've been so lucky and humbled that with the help of all my amazing couples I have been free to do this.

What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?

Don't dress young children in White! I'm kind of half joking here, however It's a recipe for disaster and an added stress in the morning and throughout the day. Have a look at my 3 essential tips on my blog

What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?

Definitely the pimp my Prosecco stall! The bride and groom had gone to the effort of making their own cordials for the guests to add to their Prosecco on the drinks reception. I definitely had a try of the Elderflower one! Yummy!

Describe your typical process with a couple.

My process from the get go is to find out as much information about you both as possible, how you met, how he (or she) proposed, and what your plans are for your weddings. If my couples are comfortable, then the photos will be comfortable. I look for natural laughs and realness with every shot, and you cannot do this without feeling comfortable with your photographer. I start with making a visit to my couples either at their home or chosen venue, here we can talk everything weddings and get to know each other. After this I'm free to contact when ever but I get in touch about a month before the wedding to go through your itinerary and answer any questions you may have. On the day I start with the bride, and if my couples have a booked a second photographer he will be with the groom. We shoot reportage in the morning, and then coordinate ourselves at the ceremony to get the all important bride walking down the aisle shots, while the other photographer concentrates on the grooms reaction. After the ceremony this is when I do the large group photo along with any family formal shots. I always start with the large photo as this makes rounding people up the formal shots so much quicker. After this I move onto the creative couple shots. This will last no longer than 30 mins, as I am always concious that the bride and groom want to be with their guests. From then we are straight back to reportage until after the first dance.

What is the No. 1 photo that you think every couple should take?

My absolute no1 photo that I look for is when the Bride and Groom turn to face each other at their ceremony. I know that any second the bride will look up at the groom and give him this cute cheeky smile, it's magic! Once I have the bride, I then make my way to the other side so I can get the Groom doing the same. It's my favourite little secret look of the day!

What is the most original photo you’ve been asked to take at a wedding?

A lot of my clients really like the natural style of my photography, however I can also use off camera flash which gives a beautiful effect to evening shots that I can do with my couples. My favourite being in the woods at a venue in Cheshire. I was able to set up lights with in the woods and take a beautiful photo of my couple in the scenery at night with them lit in the centre. Luckily for us it just started to rain (on spitting) so the light reflected off the rain and made the most beautiful romantic shot! The couple were made up with the results!

What do you recommend for a rainy day wedding?

BE BRAVE! I have so many ideas for a rainy day wedding, and whilst I completely understand how the couple of course wouldn't want to go out into the rain, some of the images that can be taken using the rain I think are the best. Living in England it's a gamble we take for any wedding, so keep smiling and trust me, it will be worth it!

Describe how you got into photography.

I've always been quite creative so I studied art at college, not really knowing why but it felt like the right direction. I took photography as an add on subject, and it wasn't until a trip to London where I saw work by a photographer called Nan Goldin that it really struck me. There was a photo of a young couple, looking at each other, and the natural light was hitting a small part of her face, I can't really explain the image in words but it was the most beautiful thing I'd ever seen! From there I started on my natural light, natural moments journey.. and here I am now!