East Midlands Wedding Photographer
Hello. I’m Kate and I am a wedding photographer based in the UK.
I tell a unique story of your wedding through photographs.
I capture the bond between two people surrounded by the people they love the most in the World.
How will I cover your day?
It will be relaxed, natural, in a documentary/ narrative style designed to tell the story of your day. I have a modern style but with coverage of the traditional aspects of weddings.
Specialising in romantic and natural storytelling wedding photography with a hands-off approach. I want to show you in your happiest and most beautiful light (luce bella). Please click on the About Me
section to find out more about me and my approach or drop me an email, I look forward to hearing about your special day.
I capture weddings, civil partnerships (and conversion ceremonies) and unions of all denominations. I am based in the East Midlands but will travel to you in the UK or Overseas.
Below are some of my latest shoots – or click on the links above to see my favourites.
I love, love, love this gorgeous rustic farm wedding in Lincolnshire. When Laura and Lee first told me of their plansView full post »
I hope you had a chance to have a look at Part 1 of my favourites from 2014? Here are yet more (although not quite soView full post »
Happy New Year!! On the brink of the New Year of 2015, it seems a good time to take stock of 2014, which was a lovelyView full post »
Within weddings there are often ‘moments within moments’ presenting themselves that tell an extra layer ofView full post »
I love City Centre weddings – especially if my wedding couple are up for a bit of fun with their portrait sessionView full post »
The fabulous Boho Wedding blog has featured Lucy and Gav’s circus tent wedding today. They loved the quirky andView full post »
Whenever possible I try to catch some of the behind the scenes action on your wedding day. Food preparation is aView full post »
My couples often ask me whether they need a second shooter along for their wedding. The answer is no, no youView full post »