Sean M Photography

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  • £750Price from
  • 10+Weddings shot
I truly believe in capturing not just images, but capturing a story. Telling a story with images is a beautiful sequence which keeps your memories of the day as perfect as you remember.
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Products and Services

Digital Editing / Airbrushing
Online Proofing
Second Shooter Available
Images on USB
Personal Online Gallery
Large Group Shots
Flexible Hours on the Day
Bridal Prep Shots
Stay Through Speeches
Stay Through Dancing
Pre-Wedding Venue Visit
Pre-Wedding Consultation
Last-Minute Orders
Online Shop
Full Description
Over here at Sean M Photography, I wholeheartedly believe in not just capturing a photograph - but a memory, an emotion and with this, telling your story. My albums are candid, fun and lively! I like to be as out of the way as possible, the capture the purest of moments that are not staged but that unfold naturally. You know, most of my clients say once I have delivered their album that having me there? Felt like having someone they have known for a long time - a friend if you may. Because I like to be my genuine, candid and happy self. This is what you get with Sean M Photography, this is what you get with having Sean as your photographer.

Personal Message from the Manager

Name of Wedding Contact: Sean
Hi there! Firstly, congratulations on your engagement - time to get planning! Also, thank you ever so much for considering me as your wedding photographer, I am honoured. What I suggest is that if you take a little look over my website linked on my profile and check my social media to make sure you like my style? Then I will get back to you as soon as I can. Hope you have a great day!


Year Business Was Established
No. of Weddings Hosted
Between 10 and 30
No. of People In Team
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Location & Contact Details


Glasgow, Glasgow City, G51 2LL, Scotland

Travel Notes

Nearest Town

Glasgow City

Nearest Motorway & Junction


Nearest Train Station

Glasgow Central

Nearest Airport

Glasgow Airport

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What is your most memorable wedding?

My most memorable wedding was one I shot in January of 2022. It was in the Ghillie Dhu at Edinburgh City Centre - it was beautiful. The ceremony was candle lit, the decor was elegant and the families were some of the nicest people I have ever met. We took photographs in the venue, on the streets and in the parks of central Edinburgh with the wintery skies and brisk air - it was again, beautiful.

Describe your style in 5 adjectives.

Beautiful, alive, real, powerful and happy.

What about your business are you most proud of?

I am proud of what I accomplish with every wedding I do. Mostly though, I am proud of what I produce for my clients. I am the person responsible for, when you think about it? Responsible for telling the narrative of their day, how it unfolded and telling their story to produce a timeless gallery of photographs to cherish for a lifetime.

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

Prepare ahead of time. There is no such thing as "planning too far in advance" as your suppliers, vendors and venues can be booked years in advance. So! If you see people or companies you would love to be part of your day, enquire early and get yourself secured with those people!

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

I seen a letter produced from the groom once to the bride early in the morning - the bride had teared up in seconds. The letter had a heartfelt message, but at the bottom of the letter it read the coordinates of their first date then a timeline through all major milestones in their life until the end which read the coordinates of their wedding venue. That, I thought was really thoughtful.

Describe your typical process with a couple.

My process is getting to know you! So, most of my packages have a "pre-wedding shoot" this is where we can meet before the wedding, make introductions and take some photographs to use for social media or cards to send invites. I really like this as it lets us get the chance to go somewhere meaningful to the couple and bring back memories, this always brings the smiles and laughter which I then capture. After the shoot, I will then make a phonecall or video call to the couple to see how they are doing and to just double check the details for the wedding are finalised.

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

I think every couple should take a photograph which shows movement. I absolutely love movement in my images on slow apertures, yeah they may be blurry but you can hear the sound of a still image which sounds impossible, but once you look at that image you can remember the ambient sounds of the surroundings; you can remember the conversation moments before and it takes you back to your special day bringing a smile to your face.

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

The most original photograph I have ever been asked to take at a wedding is a message in a bottle at Cornhill Castle. I have never seen such a lovely sentiment before. It is located in their bridal suite which is three floors high and at the top, you can visit previous messages from newly married couples the night of their wedding that are sealed in glass bottles and mounted in the wall. My couple asked me to capture them writing their messages and it was the most touching thing I have seen.

What do you recommend for a rainy day wedding?

As you know, living in Scotland you can never shy away a rainy wedding day, haha! But I suggest, if you are okay with it to actually embrace the rain... I know, that sounds daunting, but think about it? You want your day captured as it happened, this is where the good memories come from. Taking a run in the rain, hand in hand with your new husband or wife, the rain hitting your skin with all the happiness in the world, right in-front of you. Beautiful.

Describe how you got into photography.

I got into photography shortly after graphic design. I decided, graphic design wasn't for me, I liked to tell stories and what better way to tell stories than to photograph in the style of photo documentary - this also made me dip my toe in video. After realising that video wasn't for me as much as photography, I decided to dive fully into photography and fell in love with the art of storytelling via photographs.