We met five years ago with a simple swipe right on New Years Day. Most people think we met through our love of photography - our eyes meeting across a dimly lit dark room or some other romantic cliche, but we actually found each other on Tinder! As we started chatting (and after little bit of facebook research) we soon found out we shared a love of dogs and photography.
Our first date was over a few drinks at The Old Bridge in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire where we return every anniversary for dinner and drinks and to reminisce about that night we met.
Things moved pretty quickly after that first date and it wasn't long before we were working and living together and in 2021 we got married - "When you know, you know"!
October has over 20 years experience in photography, creative graphic design and publishing and over 10 years experience in wedding photography specifically. This extensive and rare experience is crucial to achieving first class results and is coupled with a real passion for photography.
James has been shooting weddings with October since 2018 before which he was a long term and award-wining amateur photographer and had a career in the music industry.
We love working together, and constantly push each other's creativity!
We don't take life too seriously!
Our very first selfie
Roxy & Ted
Our furbabies at Holkham beach in Norfolk. Roxy the Dalmatian loves swimming and running - Ted not so much!
Where we go for work
We live on the Norfolk / Cambridgeshire border and travel all over the UK, and occasionally overseas, to capture beautiful weddings. We think of Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Hertfordshire as "home territory" but happily travel much further afield and love going to new and different venues. We have such a variety of landscapes throughout England that we never get tired of travelling!
Chloe & Jack's wedding at Holkham Hall in Norfolk
Our approach to your wedding photography
We are relaxed and natural in our approach and don't want you standing around throughout your wedding day in awkward poses with forced smiles! We are always looking for new and creative ways to tell the story of your wedding so your photography will reflect the uniqueness of you and your day.
Bride Tribe having fun in the pool at Great Fosters in Surrey
ON THE BLOG
It's important to see a good selection of a photographer's "real weddings", not just a greatest hits portfolio or those taken at styled shoots.