My name is Rebecca, and i started my business in 2010.
My passion started when i got my first camera at 17 years old and since them my skills have evolved over time as I've learnt more
about myself and my style of photography.
My son was born in September 2012, i married my husband in September 2016 at the beautiful Ringwood Hall Hotel, and our daughter in January 2018 and when i'm not in the thick of wedding season,
my favourite thing is to be around my family and capture the moments we may not always remember without the help of a photograph.
I've recently said 'Goodbye' to Mansfield based photography studio so i can focus my time and efforts solely on wedding photography
and making myself 100% available to all my brides and grooms in the run up to their special day.
Wedding photography is my full time career, and i can average between 35-50 a year. But my job doesn't end when the wedding day is over, as post production of images and video can take between 4-6 weeks.
I am also a volunteer for a charity called 'Remember My Baby'
Remember My Baby is a UK registered charity whose professional volunteer photographers visit families who may be experiencing the loss of their baby before, during or shortly after birth.
When a family loses a lifetime’s potential for capturing milestones as their child grows, we will capture a precious baby with parents, siblings and extended family for free.
Each family will receive a ‘free gift’ of high resolution digital images with a copyright licence to print for their own personal, non commercial use.
A link to the donation page can be found below:
I aim to document a wedding
in the most significant way possible.
I was somewhat uncomfortable
on my own wedding day,
being asked to pose specifically
or recreate a moment
that had already happened...
Maybe i'm just used to being the other side
of the camera, but i can relate to alot of couples who feel shy
with the idea of being photographed
so i want to capture every moment
in the most natural way possible.
I like to blend with the guests so i don't disturb the
key moments throughout the day
and mainly capture candid moments
(After all, they make the best photos!)
in between the traditional shots
of friends and family that you'll want to show off
for years to come.
Well, it starts with contact.
Tell me about your day and what your expectations are.
Have a theme? Tell me why you chose it!
Share the story of how you fell in love.
I want to get to know the couple i'm working with.
Most couples have a meeting either before, or shortly after booking, and again a few weeks before the big day arrives.
Although on many occasions i've met the bride and groom
on the day of the wedding after months
of discussions through email and over the phone.
There is no obligation to meet before the day
should you decide not to, or just that life happens and
there is no free time to meet between booking and the big day
or if distance and travel is a factor,
but if you can spare some time
to allow us to get acquainted before, it's a great way to feel
comfortable knowing you get along with someone who will be
with you for the majority of your day!
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Due to the nature of my work, i have no set opening hours, all messages
are sent directly to me and my admin team, and one of us will do our best to reply
as immediate as possible, however please allow upto 48 hours
should i be unavailable at a wedding/in a meeting/on location etc.
WEDDING, EVENT AND PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER
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