About Me

Nice to meet you


I'm Shelby, a wedding photographer based in Kent. Welcome to my site!

I have been passionate about photography since I was little - which is quite something for me, as I'm nearly 6ft tall! As soon as I picked up a camera for the very first time, I just knew - this is what I want to do.

Taking natural shots of those beautiful moments which we otherwise might forget, my style is simple and unobtrusive - I've even been known to make a few groomsmen jump when I've quietly crept up beside them to get the perfect angle!

I hope you enjoy exploring your way through my site. If you have any questions or if you'd like to work with me, don't hesitate to head on over to my 'Contact' page.

Speak to you soon!


My Style

Kent wedding photographer covering the South East, London and beyond! My approach to wedding photography is simple, clean and unobtrusive. I specialise in capturing those candid moments and natural emotions – all the laughter and tears of a wedding celebration. My style favours documentary-like story telling rather than posed or staged shots, and my clients love how relaxed this makes them feel on the day. In fact, you can see what else my clients say by clicking here!

I have been fortunate enough to photograph some truly amazing weddings, and I’m currently excited for my first destination wedding later on this year in the South of France! Destination weddings are a wedding photographer's dream, so please get in touch if you plan to elope!

I’ve shot Church ceremonies and outdoor ceremonies; same-sex weddings, rustic barn weddings, and even a wedding reception at the top of the Gherkin in London! This is why I love being a wedding photographer. I never get bored of capturing weddings, as they are always so different.

Are you recently engaged and looking for your wedding photographer? If so, please use the links above to take a look at my portfolio and pricing. Like what you see? I’d love to hear from you! Tell me all about you both and your wedding plans.

Most Recent Work

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