We are Steph and Abi, story-telling wedding photographers and sisters, based in Hertfordshire and Bristol but happy to photograph weddings across the UK and further afield into Europe and beyond into the realms of the world. For any wedding photographer Hertfordshire is a wonderful place to work and live, but we also love to travel, so if you are having a destination wedding, check out our bucket list - if your destination is listed, get in touch to tell and tell us about your wedding day, and we may be able to offer you a significant discount.
There are two of us! We can capture the day from different perspectives and whilst one of us is doing group shots (mostly wanted for the parents!) the other will be discreetly photographing your guests and capturing all sorts of special moments and banter.
Also female wedding photographer Steph and Abi are fully insured, always carry around spare equipment (should anything go wrong, fingers crossed it doesn’t!) and your images are doubly backed up, so if you lose your wedding photos years after, we will still have them and be able to give them to you again. Peace of mind.
During the day we like to make the use of natural light and fast apertures of our lenses, capturing emotions from a distance so guests can relax without having a lens shoved in their face. In the evening our flashes make an appearance and we like to be right where the action is, in the middle of the dance floor, capturing all those awesome moves! To find out more about how we work on your wedding day, and for some frequently asked questions, please visit our 'Weddings' page.
Rain or shine we love to compose the story of a wedding as it unfolds naturally, so that we can tell the story of your day with real, honest images with a creative edge. To see a small selection of memories we have made, check out our 'Portfolio'.
We are highly pleased to say that all our Bride and Grooms have been extremely happy with us and the memories we have made for them to last a lifetime, check out our all the lovely things people have to say, here is one of them: