Herefordshire Wedding Photographer

Herefordshire Wedding Photographer

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Fun and informal
Herefordshire wedding photographer for couples who want
documentary style
coverage and
gorgeous portraits.

Photographs that will capture all those
real moments of emotion,
taking you back
to how to you felt
on your wedding day for years to come.

I love to capture
epic party photos,
so you won’t find me dashing off  after your first dance!

portrait photograph of a bride kissing her new husband in a Herefordshire lane on their wedding day

“We haven’t stopped crying

at how beautiful our photos are”

“Becky was the most amazing presence on our wedding day!

I genuinely can’t recommend her enough if you’re considering booking her.

Her work is just phenomenal and we haven’t stopped crying at how beautiful our photos are.

She was calm, perfectly organised and her communication pre and post wedding was the best. Her energy while I was getting ready was exactly what I needed and she made me feel so beautiful with the photos”

Herefordshire Weddings

Herefordshire has an abundance of  fabulous wedding venues including Brinsop Court, Dewsall Court and Lyde Court. It’s no wonder brides and grooms make Herefordshire the county of choice to bring their guests to celebrate their nuptials.

Herefordshire’s agricultural heritage makes finding locally sourced food for your wedding breakfast easy. There are also many fabulous local wedding suppliers, including florists, celebrants, DJs and wedding cake makers.

Many of the venues have overnight accommodation, allowing for the bride and her bridesmaids to have hair and make-up done at the venue ahead of the ceremony. Bridal gowns and bridesmaid dresses can be kept fresh without the need to travel ahead of the vows.

Beautiful countryside gardens often surround venues, allowing for bridal portraits, family photographs and group photos with your wedding party and.

My Connection

to Herefordshire

I lived just outside of Herefordshire near Malvern until I was 3, at which point I moved away for the next 30 years. However, I have always visited Herefordshire as I have lots of extended family scattered about the county. I have ancestors buried in the church at Much Birch and family connections to Yarkhill, Docklow and King’s Caple. I have now recently returned to the area at the beginning of 2024 and am already in love with Herefordshire as a place to live. Herefordians are so friendly, and I am always in awe when I see red-kites, buzzards and kestrels flying overhead on my daily walks. The pace of life is slower here, just what I needed after living in and around Bristol for the last 13 years.

The beautiful county
of Herefordshire

Having returned to Herefordshire at the beginning of 2024, I am already enjoying taking my camera out to take photographs of its beautiful countryside. The river wye is teeming with wildlife. With a telescopic lens and a lot of patience, photographers love to capture it’s natural wonders. Alternatively, take a wider angle lens and tripod to slow shutter speed right down, using a neutral density filter to take some landscapes of the Wye or it’s tributary, the Lugg. We get all sorts of feathered friends visiting our Allensmore garden, and I’ve enjoyed using a shallow depth of field to capture their antics, creating background bokeh. Shooting wide open creates razor sharp images which are especially beautiful at golden hour.

Photography in Herefordshire

Bordered by Shropshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Monmouthshire and Powys, Herefordshire is a rural county in the West Midlands of England and a real gem. Famous for its Hereford Cattle, soft fruit and cider production, this beautiful county offers more than just orchards and agriculture. There are two Areas of Outstanding National Beauty including The Malvern Hills and the Northern part of the Wye Valley.  It also boasts the beautiful Black Mountains, including Twyn Llech, the highest point in the county. Steeped in History, Herefordshire has numerous historical attractions including Kilpeck Church, Hereford Cathedral, Goodrich Castle, Eastnor Castle and Croft Castle. Herefordshire is one of the least populated counties in the UK and its clay soils produce well known food brands such as Cadbury chocolate, Tyrrels crisps, and of course cider from Bulmers and Weston’s.

Check My Availability

Are you looking for a Herefordshirewedding photographer? I also photograph weddings in South Wales, Herefordshire and surrounding areas.

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A showering of confetti over the bride and groom has they leave their Herefordshire church wedding ceremony