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Hi, I’m Martin! I live in the epic city of Bristol in a cosy house with my beautiful wife (teenage love birds), a fun-loving baby boy (sleep thief) and stubborn Golden retriever called Lulu. My favourite things in the world are travelling and watching movies, and when I’m not shooting weddings you’ll find me walking with my dog, watching Netflix and planning my next trip. Nothing makes me happier than hiking in the mountains, camping or visiting new places. That’s one of the reasons why I like to photograph at new venues and love destination weddings.

I’m addicted to Mate (South American caffeine-rich infused drink) and I love Asian food! My love of street and travel photography is what got me into wedding photography.

I’ve been a wedding photographer for 10 years (350+ wedding cakes eaten) and I absolutely love it. The best thing about being a wedding photographer (also a privilege) is being part of somebody special day and capturing the couple and their guests having a great time.

I’m glad to say, that my work was published on some of the top UK wedding magazines and blogs: English Wedding Blog, Festival Brides, Nu Bride & Wedding Community. With over 90 five stars Google reviews, I’m ThreeBestRated photographer in Bristol. You can check the reviews here. Over the years I have been recommended by many fantastic wedding venues: Brympton House, Priston Mill, Coombe Lodge, Rockbeare Manor, Thornbury Castle, Stanbrook Abbey, Dillington House just to new a few.

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I capture the day in a relaxed and natural style that produces beautiful informal and emotional images. We would plan out your day so we know what images you would like and when best to fit them in. I always try to take couples away for three short 10-minute couple sessions during the day. Once at the end of drink reception when your guests are sitting down, then again after speeches when the light is soft and romantic and finally during the twilight hour when the sky looks dramatic.

It’s important to me to get that balance in capturing amazing images of you without taking too long. For you it would be a perfect time to have a breather from your guests, slow down and connect with each other. It would be also the only time when you are going to be alone on your wedding day!

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