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

family photography
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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

theatre photography
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

Vicky & Tom – Oldwalls Wedding

I will always remember this Oldwalls Wedding for the job I had to perform to make the day go ahead. I had to step into the role of driver for the family and bridesmaids when the car company let down Vicky on her big day. I was happy to help as soon as I realised that there was a real possibility for the family to be stranded. I basically saved the day … well maybe not but got alot of thanks from the family and it really helped to bond me with the family and bridesmaids during the rest of the day.

The day started for me with a long drive in the sun down to the Gower and ended with a long drive in the dark shivering and wanting to be in bed – thankfully this came to no more than a day in bed! Anyway back to the start of the day where Vicky was getting ready at Mulberry Cottage with her family and bridesmaids. I had photographed Vicky’s sister wedding a few years earlier in The Bear Hotel in Cowbridge and was delighted to see her and her husband with a little boy – who certainly had a few photos taken of him during the day.

Vicky was looking great despite being quite ill on the lead up to the wedding and she had found herself in hospital and only a few weeks before! I was totally unaware of this but because she knew how I worked she was happy to let me get on with the day and felt confident with me guiding her. I had been there for about 40 minutes when the cars were first talked about and eventually it was discovered that they were not turning up! I, obviously, offered my car as a replacement – which they were delighted about. I then had to clear out the rubbish from it including sweet wrappers, crisps and general debris. I also had to somehow cram my daughters car seats into the boot with all my kit!

Once I had cleaned the car I headed (with a full car) to St Cennyd’s church in Llangenith to meet my assistant for the day – Jon from Jon Turtle Photography and get into the ceremony. Unfortunately we were not permitted to take photos inside the church during the service so we were able to stop and chat before getting on with the day with a meet and greet, followed by confetti and then a trip to the beach. This was a paticular highlight for me but probably not so for the wedding party that came with us and had to climb the sand dune to get some photos of them with the bride and groom. I also had 5 minutes with the bride and groom before we headed back to Oldwalls in transport kindly laid on by the venue!

We had time for group photos on the jetty as well as the bride and groom getting well deserved time with their guests. Oldwalls is a terrific place to get married and with the sun shining for most of the day it was just a fantastic day and topped off with really funny speeches and then a very pictureresque evening portrait session in the low August sun before a first dance on the very welllit dance floor in the marquee. They use lots of lighting as well as smoke and it is a great way to finish your wedding day.

So thank you Vicky and Tom and despite the illness of Vicky and my brush with a shivery cold it was a really fabulous day and I hope that these photographs really do justice to your wedding day.

** You can see a condensed vesion of these photos in a previous blog – here **


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