My name’s Emma and I live a stone’s throw from the beach in beautiful Brighton. I love this city and I love my job within it!
Weddings are ace. They’re basically one big party that celebrates two people being in love – and capturing that on camera is the best.
Getting to know each couple I work with is super important to me. I want to know all about how you met, got engaged and what kind of day you’re planning. But before I (hopefully!) get to know you, you might like to read a little about me…
“Hands down – you are the best wedding photographer ever! Thank you for being literally everywhere capturing the day. You honestly were incredible! Everyone has commented saying how lovely and friendly you were, and also how hard working you were, barely taking a minute away. From what I’ve seen so far you captured our day perfectly, can’t wait to see the rest!”
“We love the wedding photos. Honestly they are amazing. We couldn’t be happier with them. We spent about 2-3 hours last night looking through them all in detail and its great to have such lovely photography to look back on, you definitely did the day justice and have very happy customers! I love the party ones – you captured little moments we’d missed or forgotten about! I like how we all get more progressively drunk with every slide as well – ha! Amazing work, we are very happy – thanks again. We’ll be recommending you to everyone we know”
As a Hove resident and Brighton Wedding Photographer, I am surrounded by fantastic venues for a wedding by the sea. I grew up in Kemptown and there are so many things I love about living in this vibrant city. Getting lost in The Lanes, BBQs on the beach, pub crawls, catching shows in The Fringe & picnics on Hove lawns. Some of my favourite local wedding venues include: The Bandstand, Fabrica, Hotel Du Vin, The Coach House, Pangdean Old Barn and Duke of Yorks Cinema
I genuinely believe Sussex is one of the most beautiful areas of England, I love going for muddy walks around the downs, having cream tea in Alfriston, visiting local farms in spring and swimming in the sea as much as the weather allows. There are too many lovely wedding venues to mention from fun boutique hotels, to rustic barns and Manor Halls but some personal favourites are: The Gallivant, The George in Rye, Laughton Barns, Alexander House and Ashdown Park