What is your most memorable wedding?
Probably the second wedding that I shot, it had it all, including a double decker bus and a fish and chip van doing the catering, plus torrential rain and a leaking marquee.
What about your business are you most proud of?
Being able to immortalise the couple's special day.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Remember that it's YOUR day
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
My brother's wedding invite was a custom designed postcard with the story of his and his wife's romance.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
When a booking is agreed I will ask for a small deposit to secure the date and provide a contract. From there it's all about talking - we'll meet to get to know one another and go through the way that I work and what you want from the day. If it's not a venue that I've worked at before or recently then I'll visit to look around and plan for all eventualities. On the big day I will arrive early to capture the guests arriving and stay in the background as much as possible.
Describe how you got into photography.
After getting a cheap compact camera I 'borrowed' my Dad's old Canon A-1 film camera when I was a student and was immediately hooked, covering my room in student halls with all manner of artsy photos from around town and spending far too much of my student loan buying and developing rolls of film. Ever since then, I've never felt more at home then with a viewfinder to my eye.