About us


"After you play husband and wife on camera multiple times, it becomes easy to be husband and wife off camera as well."

Hi I’m Sean and welcome to my page. This is the hard bit when your website expects you to wax lyrical about who you are, so here goes:

Born and bred in Cheshire, currently based in the countryside to the south of Chester. I first became a photographer in my twenties, drawn to the fast pace and excitement of a national news press agency. This experience has made me the photographer I am today and developed my wedding coverage style with a distinctly photojournalistic edge. This means I am constantly looking to capture those little moments of emotion during every second of your important day.

I try to spend as little time as is necessary being intrusive, it’s not my wedding after all.

I have my own studio and would be more than happy to host any photographic projects you might have. It’s nice and warm too!

My photographic influences are definitely reportage based, and you might have noticed from my portfolio has quite a few black and white images. I love black and white, always have done since I printed at college. I usually convert images to black and white based on composition, lighting or subject reasons. If you would rather limit the number of black and white images, we can have that discussion… it is your day.

My other passions in life include traveling (the more obscure the destination the better), our pets (over 20 Chickens, 15 Ducks, and one noisy cat), oh and I can bit a bit of an obsessive foodie at times.

So if you’re looking for a Chester Wedding Photographer, or a wherever Wedding Photographer, get in touch.


I'm Victoria - Sean's long suffering assistant and wife. There's a good chance we'll chat more than once if you hire Sean for your wedding. I make sure everything runs smoothly from booking, through wedding arrangements to you receiving your treasured memories from your day. I'm also very good at carrying cumbersome camera equipment.

Victoria - Wedding Assistant
my rock, my wife - Victoria

“The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.”