Taking your Wedding Photographer from the UK to your chosen international destination could be an expensive business and you therefore may consider hiring a local photographer. However, if you want the very best photographs of your wedding day, and why wouldn’t you? Then I strongly advise you to contract a photographer you like and trust. I maintain worldwide liability insurance. I back up all my images remotely, and I abide by UK regulations and practices. In addition, I understand the traditions and nuances of a UK styled wedding so I won’t miss the key moments.
Most of my couples are booking me between 6 and 18 months in advance so we have plenty of opportunity to meet up face to face and I ensure that your final photographs are presented and delivered to your home either personally, by a member of my team, or by a reputable recorded international delivery company such as DHL or FEDEX.
I have been fortunate enough to have spent time living in various Caribbean islands such as Barbados and the islands of the Bahamas shooting beautiful weddings in exclusive resorts. As a frequent flyer I can offer very competitive rates on Caribbean Destination Weddings. Equally.
Destination Weddings can vary considerably from UK weddings as generally there are fewer guests. Nevertheless, my approach is similar in that customer service and relationship is everything. So, I will always try to meet with my clients as early on in the process as possible.
Once booked you will receive an e-contract and closer to the wedding day we will book in your pre-wedding consultation. This is where we will discuss the finer points of your day such as timings, key people, activities and compile a list of family formal photographs. If you’ve booked a pre-wedding or engagement shoot then we will shoot this at the same time.
I generally shoot from the Bridal preparation through to the first dance and, like UK, am happy to extend for any further activities. In the Caribbean, beaches tend to take a major part in the wedding and I do advise that some extra time is scheduled into the day to get those ‘wow’ images during the sunset or ‘golden hour’ period.