UK fine art wedding photographer
Welcome! As a girl who grew up with a film camera in her hand, I am thrilled be using film to photograph couples like you. The mix of film and the way I shoot brings out the utter best in you and your relationship, and catapults your photos to a new level of class! I am proud to be listed as an exclusive hand-picked vendor for Wedding Sparrow, the world’s first wedding blog dedicated to fine art weddings & film photography.
My clients find me an incredible asset to their weddings, bringing flexibility & creativity. I’m a creative all-rounder (who loves to freelance for florists too!), and as such I bring a wealth of talent and experience to your wedding and my art. But that’s not all. They also love that I become like one of the family, bringing warmth and a sense of humour, whilst remaining professional. Above all, in my photos you’re at your beautiful best.
“Film photography is definitely the way to capture your special moments. We can’t rate Liz highly enough.”
I am a fine art wedding photographer based in southwest England, and available throughout the UK & Europe. My work has been featured in top British & international wedding publications, including Rock My Wedding, Magnolia Rouge, Wedding Sparrow, Perfect Wedding and Wedding Ideas.
‘Fine art wedding photography’ was a concept established by film photographer Jose Villa. It led to a new wave of digital photographers desperate to copy the look of film. The “Looks Like Film” Facebook group for photographers has over 50,000 members! Yet nothing looks quite like real film. I’m proud to be putting the film back into fine art wedding photography.
“Thank you for all your hard work.”
"Thank you for all your hard work on the day, and for getting along so well with our families. We both didn't even realise you were taking most of the candid shots so it was a great surprise to see them!"
natural & beautiful
with me behind the lens
Most often my clients remark on how natural and comfortable they feel,
and that they look more beautiful in their images than they ever realised they were.