We define our documentary style of wedding photography as traditional with a modern twist. Providing you with candid moments shared between loved ones and those jaw dropping couple portraits which will get everyone in the room talking.
Being a South Wales wedding photographer, our whole ethos is based upon building relationships with our clients. We want you to feel comfortable around us and basically become your best friends on the big day. Our pre-wedding photoshoots are the perfect opportunity for us to get to know each other better and to find out more about your wedding day. We don’t want to be known as “the photographers” no, we want to be known as Ol and Laur. Give us a shout and we will be there to help in any way we can.
When we say we are a documentary photographer, don’t think Oliver will be camouflaged in a tree however. You book us for our fun and engaging personality and that is exactly what you should expect on your wedding day. You will see us, Oliver won’t be photographing from miles away. Our documentary style is one of telling your story, through moments that you may not have even known about. A story that will highlight your wedding day from start to finish in one of our stunning albums. (Why not take a look at our albums).
Our mission is to remove the stigma behind the photographer taking the couple off for hours on end, leaving family behind. No, we encourage family members to come with us, Oliver always needs someone to hold his lights and tell his awful jokes too. We also want your guests to take photos, our rule is simple “I take one, you take one”, let Oliver get the shot and then we welcome all guests to take a picture. We are strict at weddings however, no one wants an iPhone in the middle of an aisle shot.
Being asked to photograph your wedding day is a true privilege to us. We love weddings! the morning preparations, those intimate moments, confetti, cheering and not forgetting the disco. (checkout our FAQ’s to find out Oliver’s favourite song). That once in a lifetime moment you have asked us to capture, it truly is one of the greatest privileges you could ask for.