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Thank you for stopping by to take a look at my work and to read more about how I will cover your day. I have worked as a fulltime professional wedding photographer for over 6 years, and consider it a privilege to spend my working days doing something so enjoyable! I work throughout London and the UK as a documentary wedding photographer, photographing weddings in vast stately homes, quaint village churches, chic city hotels, rustic country barns, parents’ back gardens and everywhere in between. I have covered intimate weddings where you can count the guests on one hand, weddings with over 500 guests, and every amount in between. No two weddings are alike except for one thing; the couple who have booked me want unobtrusive, natural coverage of their day, and photos which will have an honesty about them, whilst telling the story of their day creatively and artistically.

I studied Fine Art before making a natural progression to photography, gaining my qualifications at the London College of Printing, part of the prestigious University of the Arts London, and my skills through diverse assignments and projects ranging from pregnancy portraits and births, travel photojournalism in Cuba, album covers and covering the Cannes Film Festival for French newspaper Le Monde.

I am proud to have won numerous awards from the world renowned Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA) and have been a finalist for Wedding Photographer of the Year (London & South East) twice.

on the day…

You can pick the length of coverage you need to cover your day, starting with the morning preparations, right through to the party. Bar a few natural portraits and a couple of relaxed group shots, should you require them, I don’t intervene in the proceedings of the day, and I won’t tell you and your guests where to stand and when to smile for the camera. I seek to document your wedding quietly and discreetly, allowing you to do what you should on your wedding day; enjoy it! I aim to capture all the excitement, joy, tears, love and laughter of the occasion to ensure your photographs are an honest and naturally beautiful representation of your day.


after the day…

A few weeks after the big day, you’ll receive a USB memory stick of  high resolution, print ready images of your wedding. These will be in a mixture of colour and my signature black and white, and you’ll also receive the same files specially optimised for sharing via Facebook etc. You’ll also be featured on my blog so your friends and family can look back at the highlights of the day, as well as receiving a link to a password protected online gallery.

I can also provide you with gorgeous, bespoke albums and coffee table books, printed and bound here in the UK.

If you would like me to document your wedding day, please get in touch!


what will it cost?

I don’t offer a ‘one size fits all’ approach to pricing, as not all weddings are the same – you can book me for the length of coverage you need for your wedding.

Please get in touch either by email, by phone or by filling out the contact form to receive full pricing information.


what have others said?

“WOW! I’m pretty sure you’re a wizard – these are incredible. I just can’t get over how magical these are” – Maria & Ben, married on stage at the Royal Festival Hall

“Lyndsey thank you so so much for yesterday- it was just so magical and you were a delight to have around us on our special day” – Georgie Thompson & Sir Ben Ainslie, married at Hampton Court Palace

“We are so glad we chose you to be our photographer. Your service has been beyond amazing” – Fran & Stu, married at Shustoke Farm Barn

You can read some letters I have received from couples under the PRAISE menu on my homepage, and also some independent reviews from previous clients HERE


get in touch…

You can enquire to see if  I’m available for your date HERE

You can also call me for a chat on 07752 397 456, or send an email to

I reply to every enquiry, usually the same day, so if you’ve not heard back after 48 hours, please send another email; the internet is not infallible and emails can get lost in the ether!