I know that planning a wedding is not very easy task so it is normal to have many questions. Hopefully you’ll be able to find some of the answers below, but feel free to get in touch if you wish to discuss anything in greater detail.

The full-day wedding photography package usually starts with the morning preparations and finishes half an hour after the first dance, which is usually up to 10 hours.


Included in the full-day package:


– pre-wedding consultation

– At least 400 individually edited images on a personalised usb memory stick in high resolution

–  online password protected gallery where your family and friends can see and download the photos

– travel costs within 100 miles from London


Also available: 

– pre-wedding photo session

– wedding albums

– additional photographer


Half-day and smaller packages are available as well. Please get in touch to discuss your personal requirements and plans.


On the day, I always do everything I can to take care of the photography, leaving you to focus on the day itself and enjoy every single moment of your special day.


I am fully insured and can supply proof of my public liability insurance cover to your wedding venue if required.

In order to avoid any unexpected technical problems I always travel with at least two very reliable professional camera bodies, back up flashes and a range of camera lenses.


Once you decide to honour me as the ‘official’ photographer of your wedding day, a 25% advance deposit and signed contract is required to secure the booking.


I grew up in a small town next to a beautiful mountain in Macedonia. My intense love of nature came from picnics with my friends in the summer, wandering through the woods, and visiting my grandparents in the country at the weekends.

I was always interested in creative media and music from the start, but decided on a career in business and marketing. I completed a Degree in Business and a Master’s Degree in Strategic Marketing in Leicester. Shortly after my graduation, I moved to the bright lights of London and decided that a marketing career was not for me after all. Driven by my love for all things outdoors, I decided to start a gardening business, learning and working from scratch. After two busy years, I found myself ready for a new challenge and this time to pursue another passion from my childhood: photography.

As a child, I found our family Pentax camera endlessly fascinating even before I was able to use it.  I vividly remember buying my first Kodak and feeling great excitement and anticipation when taking the film to be developed. Later I finally got my first digital camera and was arranging impromptu portrait sessions with my friends during the holidays.

Here I am today feeling so lucky to be able to live my dreams, meet new people and create something special for them to keep and admire forever.