Our wedding packages are designed to get the most out of your day, We offer a relaxed and friendly service that captures the fun and atmosphere of your day as well as giving you beautiful photographs. We also believe in letting you be in control of the time spent on formal photographs. Its your day. Scroll to the bottom of the page for more Info

  • Part or full day coverage
  • USB drive of images
  • At least 500 high resolution printable images
  • Password Protected Online Gallery
  • Relaxed style of photography
  • Free wedding consultation
  • Special Offers available through Hitched and Pencoed House

Full Day Wedding Photography £1450.00


Per Hour wedding photography £150.00 per Hour


Additional Photographer £250.00


Wedding albums start at £350.00


Engagement shoot £175.00

Our family and baby shoots collections start with a meeting to talk about what you're looking for and how we can get great photos for you. The session will be relaxed and fun and with babies and children I try to spend some time getting to know them so they can really be at their best.


Portraits start at £150.00 and up and our collections include:

  • 1 hours on location, indoor or outdoor session time.
  • Fully edited images from the session that are ready to print
  • Free online gallery on request
  • Framing, printing and books available

Portraits Start at £150.00

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We shoot all kinds of commercial photography, from buildings to people to events and products. Our rates will vary greatly depending upon the project, please contact us for inquiries regarding any specific photography needs with your business.

  • Location work throughout South wales and South West England
  • Images sent via file transfer
  • Quick turnaround
  • Free consultation

Prices available upon request

With a background in theatre and theatre lighting I love photographing productions in the rehearsal room or on the stage at the dress rehearsal stage. These images are great for advertising the show as well as giving strong photographs of the hard work and technical expertise put into the production.


Production photography starts at £150 and includes:

  • Time on location at the rehearsal room or theatre
  • Fully edited and ready to print set of images without watermarks
  • Free Online gallery for cast and crew available on request
  • Fast turnaround to suit your schedule

Sessions start at £150.00

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theatre photography

I have worked with various companies and organisations in the Arts industry to create images for marketing campaigns and live events. I work closely with the company to create striking images that fit your brief and go beyond it.

  • No minimum or maximum coverage
  • Set of fully edited images
  • Retouching or changes included if needed
  • Fast turnaround to suit your schedule

Prices available on request

Changing Black and White styles – Wedding Photographer Cardiff

I thought in this blog I would look at how my style has changed over the last few years and look at something that I may offer as my new Black and white style. I doubt it though as I love what I have and by the time I decide to change it will probably be something entirely different. The photos below are from various weddings and with a range of inside / outside and sunny/overcast. I even have one lit with my off camera flashes. The top 3 photos are from Kat and Elliot’s wedding at Pencoed House – I loved their wedding and their images were used by an album company to advertise for a few years. The next 2 are from Chloe and Will’s wedding in Bath. That was a great day and a gorgeous couple too. Then we have Clare and Dave (also at Pencoed House) and finally a recent wedding of Hannah and Mark at Rosedew Farm in February.

The photographs below show the evolution of a / my photography.

Photo 1: The original straight out of camera shot.

Photo 2: My original Black and White that I used for many years from starting using Lightroom as my editing tool. It is black and classical looking. I was trying at the time to emulate Jeff Ascough – whose work was very good and that I really loved. It seems very harsh compared to my work now. It was very black and white where as now I live it to be more muted.

Photo 3: This is how my style looks now … as you can see it is more muted and a lot greyer than photo 2. It has what we call ‘crushed’ blacks and this gives a milky look to the black areas. This is done in the tone curve of Lightroom and it’s a feel I really like. It gives a lighter feeling to the photo and seems to work in most situations. That’s the difficulty of finding a black and white (or colour – especially colour) ‘preset’ – it has to work in many situations and sometimes it works and sometimes it looks terrible and I’m pretty sure that’s not the look I am going for.

Photo 4: This is a look into the future. This is a preset that I have not yet used and may well do. Its based on the preset used for photo 3 but I have added a little colour to it to make it more than just a black and white. I am not sold on it but what do you think?

I will hopefully do this for my colour work and as you can imagine that has many more possibilities to change and look great. By the same token, it can also have more chance of looking horrible. But then I try not to make my work horrible if I can help it!

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