Beverley began her training at Art School where she studied Fashion and Art and Design. She later went on to take a degree. Established as a photographer for many years, Beverley’s has a wealth of experience and constantly strives to incorporate new ideas and new technology into her business.
Beverley’s approach to photography is passionate and thoughtful:
“Everyone is different and photography is very subjective, so I make sure that I know what each client is looking for before I set out to cover the event.”
One of the ways Beverley’s business has evolved over the years incorporates both style change and the service offered to clients:
“Shooting informal reportage style wedding photography together with beautiful wedding images and group shots, gives my wedding clients a chance to really capture the atmosphere of their wedding day.”
Beverley is currently shooting “trash the dress” as well as pre bridal portraits as an addition to her existing wedding and portrait work. She is also available for model portfolios and over sea’s portrait shoots. We are only an easy jet flight away from many great locations!
Married to David, who is also a photographer, they have two daughters who are both actively involved in the media industry.
A keen photographer from a very early age, David turned professional in his early twenties and has specialized in weddings and portraits for many years.
“I think most people expect their wedding to be a once in a life time experience and plan to have a fun day, its my job to make sure that happens during the period of time I am with my clients.”
David works at many great venues through out the U.K. many of which are listed on the web.
“We love to work at lots of venues and are constantly working at new ones throughout the U.K. I like the variety of locations as they inspire fresh ideas and motivation. Our web sites are a great way to show case some examples of work we have carried out at these wonderful venues.”
We believe our wedding clients should keep all their images including the copyright:
“Because we shoot several hundred images I feel it is unfair to make people select just 40 or 50. A bride may want the shot of Aunty Margaret laughing with the little bridesmaid but sacrifice this for a more formal shot if they are restricted by numbers. Our philosophy is they are your wedding photographs, so you should have them all!”
David has a love of music and plays both the saxophone and guitar.