'Wedding photography with less cheese and more awesome', is Andy Gaine's catchphrase - and we couldn't love his approach more! The former musician applies his creative flair to produce some seriously superb photos - and luckily for us he's locally-based too. Win/win!
Newlywed Craig knows firsthand how important those wedding photos are! He aims to create 'visually striking, romantic, natural and fun' shots, without any of those awkward poses (phew!) Yorkshire-based, he's practically on the doorstep.
Lovely Kate is based Down South, but will travel (we lured her Up North to shoot our wedding in 2014). Kate works with her husband, Jon, so you get two talented and discreet photographers shooting your wedding simultaneously. Highly recommended.
Luke Bell plied his trade in New Zealand before moving back to his hometown York. Luke strives to capture and create images that are fun, interesting and beautiful - and we'd say he succeeds on every count.
Husband-and-wife team Paul and Kelly collaborate to take awesome pictures of awesome couples tying the knot. Their work is lively and fun, and succeeds in capturing natural and candid moments.
If it's an artistic and alternative approach you're after for your wedding photos, look no further than Ryan - the man behind the lens at Leeds-based Shutter Go Click. While his countless accolades seriously impress, it's his photos that really speak for themselves.
Tim is a Leeds-based talent who puts some 'pow' into wedding photos! (Just check out Kat and Dan's big day on our Blog, to see for yourselves!) He's passionate about capturing 'beautiful little moments' and we think he does so in abundance.
There aren't many photographers who capture the ambient lighting and unique atmosphere of The Normans like Shelly Mantovani, who (in case you were wondering) shoots weddings for 'cool cats, hip chicks and incurable romantics'.
Photographer Phil knows The Normans as well as anyone - he married here himself in 2017! This laid-back Yorkshire lad expertly captures your Big Day's special moments without you even knowing he's there.