Why we do what we do

At the start of 2018 we were fortunate enough to tie the knot on the wonderful island of Mauritius. Unfortunately, due to a tropical cyclone our original planned day was postponed, thankfully only a couple of days, but the result meant our packaged photographer was markedly hurried in his capturing of our day.

We were left with a bundle of photographs that felt in no way personal.

Thankfully we had a camera with us, so we decided to take our own snaps, which we could make personal to us.


Capturing light, feelings, moments and all the things that make your day special.

Photographing a wedding is not a tick box exercise, we don't turn up with a shot list and go through the motions of stand here, click, do this, click. We get to know each couple individually, we get to know what's important about your day from you.

We also limit the number of weddings we do to a maximum of 2 per month, this means we can focus our attention on your day in the run up, but also in the processing afterwards, our attention is undivided.

“Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken”