Wedding Photographer Birmingham Frank Wood

Wedding Photographer Birmingham & West Midlands

Birmingham wedding photographer covering the West Midlands and surrounding counties. Being a professional wedding photographer is a tremendous privilege. Wedding photography is not just about photographic skills, it is also about being a supportive friend on the day, working around you and your plans, ensuring you get the best possible record of the day. As a Birmingham Wedding Photographer, I am experienced in shooting weddings in hotels, registry offices, stately homes or clients’ marquees – that is what I love about wedding photography – every wedding is different.

Creative Documentary Wedding Photography in Birmingham, West Midlands and throughout the UK & International

I love to capture the day as it happened -telling the the story of your wedding with real moments. I am unobtrusive and discreet, blending in with guests. I don’t go in for cheesy photos or gimmicks – your photographs will stand the test of time and still look beautiful in years to come. I want you to feel relaxed about having your photographs taken. People look their best when they feel at ease. I have a friendly, relaxed and fun approach which captures beautiful images.


Heythrop Park Wedding Photography: Seema & Dan

Heythrop Park Wedding Photographs Seema &

Orchardleigh House Wedding Photographer: Jo & David

And now a segway into Orchardleigh House Wedding

Rowton Castle Winter Wedding Photography: Helen & James

Christmas weddings always have a special feel to

Wedding Photographer Compton Verney: Kyle & James

Wedding Photographer Compton Verney: Kyle &

Playa De Blanca Wedding Photography, Lanzarote – Lisa & Phil

I was so thrilled when Lisa and Phil asked me to

Wedding Photographer Ragley Hall Warwickshire: Tina & Nitish

I was delighted when Tina and Nitish asked me to

Wedding Photographer Packington Moor: Jenny & Alex

I was delighted to be the wedding photographer for

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