We are very happy to travel and have shot weddings throughout Europe. From a hilltop church in Tuscany to a muddy farm in Sussex, our distinct style is natural, observational and unobtrusive. We won't boss around the guests or get in the way. In fact, we hope that you won't even notice we're there.
Shooting in reportage-style black and white and natural, observational colour (with a few formal shots thrown in), we produce a set of memorable and evocative photographs that capture both the obvious and less obvious moments. Working together as a team, we aim to build a visual narrative and really tell the story of the day from start to finish.
Alys is an award-winning editorial, design and fine art photographer. Before studying for a PgCert at Central Saint Martins, she gained a BA (Hons) in Communications and English Literature at the University of Leeds. She has recently completed an MA in Anthropology at SOAS. Clients include The Guardian, Time Out, The Royal College of Art, Le Monde and EDF. Alys was named as one of the PDN (Photo District News) 30 Photographers To Watch and is exhibiting in this year's Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Dan has worked as an Art Director and Photographer for the past 15 years for The Odd Firm of Sin and Difford's Guide - a leading publishing and branding company within the drinks industry. He regularly works with clients such as Diageo and Bacardi. Previous to this he gained a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design at Norwich University of the Arts. Dan lives in Cambridgeshire with his son, Jake.