Swansea Wedding Photography

Swansea Wedding Photographer

Documentary wedding photography in Swansea and on the Gower Peninsular


Here are some samples of my Swansea wedding photography including the Gower peninsular. Each blog post below represents a few favourite images from each Swansea and Gower wedding that I have photographed recently. This area of the Principality lies within the historic county of Glamorgan, includes Swansea Bay, marina, and the picturesque seaside area of Mumbles.Swansea is the second largest city in Wales, during the 19th century it was known as Copperpolis due to its importance to the copper-smelting industry. Within this coastal city and Gower peninsular, lies some marvellous wedding venues, such as the Morgans Hotel, National Waterfront Museum, Fairyhill, Oldwalls, King Arthur Hotel and Ocean View.

My approach to wedding photography has a strong ethos of allowing the happy couple to enjoy the day. I aim to provide candid and emotive photographs without intruding into the natural flow of the day. So if you are currently planning your wedding, and looking for a Swansea wedding photographer who can capture your day with natural and emotive imagery, please do not hesitate to get in touch. My approach to wedding photography is friendly yet unobtrusive, designed to let you enjoy your day whilst I capture the essence with an understated reportage aesthetic. I work tirelessly to please my clients and so very proud of the feedback I hear from client comments;


“Thank you so much for the fantastic photos we received this week from our wedding. They are beautiful and we are thrilled.”


Elinor & Gareth / National Waterfront Museum, Swansea

Swansea Wedding Photographer


So why book me for your Swansea wedding photography? My documentary approach ensures the photography does not turn the day into a photoshoot, but merely captures the day in its natural flow. No awkward poses, no cheesy grins, just honest, emotive, story telling imagery. I aim to provide an elegant pictorial record of your perfect wedding day. My advice to anyone getting married, is to relax and enjoy yourself on the day, chat and laugh with friends and family and the photography will take care of itself. If this sounds like it might suit you and you would like to discuss your Swansea wedding photography requirements any further, or just wish to check on my availability and fee, then please do contact me.