My name is John, and I live smack-bang in the middle of rural Northumberland with my wife, Christina, my son, Arthur-Felix, my dog, Treacle Toffee, and my adopted cat, Figgy Pudding.
I’ve been a wedding photographer now for six years and in that time, I’ve captured some amazing big days! From 13th Century castles and manor houses, to the tops of lighthouses, no two weddings are ever the same, and each is filled with little touches that reflect the couples that organise them. I mostly shoot weddings in the North East and Scotland from my home in Northumberland, but I have a second-base in Lancashire too, and do shoot weddings all over the country, including Yorkshire, Cumbria and The Lake District, Staffordshire, Derbyshire and Cheshire. I also travel abroad.
I’m a recommended supplier for many outstanding venues, including Capheaton Hall and Langley Castle in Northumberland, Beamish Hall in Durham, Ripley Castle in North Yorkshire, Dalston Hall in Cumbria, The Newhall Estate in Midlothian, Dalhousie Castle in Edinburgh, and The Ashes Barns in Staffordshire.
Well, what can I say about myself? I have an axe, a kilt, and a beard. I love being around people, I have a wicked sense of humour, and I almost certainly will flirt with your mum. I like prosecco, my favourite animal is the brown bear, and I love being outside foraging in the forest, just like a bear. I like Dim-Sum, I smoke shisha, I wear a bandanna, and I love chopping wood and watching Arnold Schwarzenegger movies (not at the same time!). I’m at my happiest though, being out in the world with a camera in my hand, or playing dinosaurs with my son.
Want to know even more? Then lets have a coffee and some cake!