Elopement Photography

Unique & Intimate

"We loved having you with us - such fun to have you there!"

Kate + Neil


Elopements  are becoming an ever more popular way to get married. While I’m a fan of big weddings and can absolutely get behind a good party, some people just want to run away together! There may be lots of reasons for this, or, maybe it just boils down to wanting the focus of your day to be nothing but each other. Big or small, capturing people enjoying themselves on their wedding day is what I do. The definition of elope is “to run away with somebody in order to marry them secretly”. A secret wedding is an amazing idea. There are so many possibilities and who doesn’t like an adventure. You can go anywhere! If you’re local to my neck of the woods, then perhaps a small outdoor wedding is your thing. Maybe you want to elope to the Lake District, or have a beach wedding in Cornwall, a rooftop wedding in New York, or maybe, you’ll say “I do” hidden away in a Sorrento Vineyard! The only limit is your imagination so, let it run wild and run away together!

Run Away With Me

If you are looking to elope and are looking for a wedding photographer to capture your elopement, get in touch and I will provide you with a bespoke quote. No two weddings are ever the same. My style is natural and relaxed and I’ll be led by you. You want a photographer who will capture the little things that makes the two of you who you are when you’re together. You’re someone who wants to have fun, your spontaneous and you want your photos to reflect that! These are the qualities that make for the most personal and unique images. I’m happy to travel anywhere and everywhere to be a part of your day, passport ready and up to date! So, give me a call and tell me what you have planned (be it getting married by a lake in Cumbria, or a Las Vegas wedding, an adventure in Iceland or, a relaxed, beach elopement in Santorini – the world is your oyster!) Planning a larger destination wedding then I’d love to hear about that too!

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