I’m Allister, an established Wiltshire wedding photographer. In fact, I’ve spent my entire career in this region - exploring the beauty and grandeur that this elegant county has to offer. As such, my wedding photography is utterly grounded in Wiltshire and therefore my understanding of the scenery on offer, as well as the light and atmosphere, is second to none and are always qualities I look to convey in my photography, you might like to take a look through my wedding photography portfolio.
I may be being a little biassed here, but there’s definitely something very special about Wiltshire. Not only does it have the most amazing and awe-inspiring scenery - an aspect that can only help create the perfect backdrop to any wedding and subsequent wedding photos, but Wiltshire has some truly incredible wedding venues to choose from, including a plethora of some of the best grand and stately homes the country, let alone county, has to offer, as well as historical and picturesque barns - some renovated to a high, modern specification and others offered to couples as a charmingly scruffy blank canvas.
Whether you’re getting hitched at Abbey House Gardens in the Malmesbury - a town on the most southerly tip of the Cotswolds, you're renewing your vows in one of the many ancient and beautiful churches, or you're planning a DIY wedding at Wick Bottom Barn - the ultimate scruffy blank canvas, Wiltshire and the south west just has so much to offer.
I invite you to look through my photography created at some of my favourite wedding venues in Wiltshire. Please do feel free to get in touch, even if you just want to chat through your wedding day and get some sound advice on Wiltshire wedding venues to consider - I am always delighted to hear about and talk through wedding plans.
All of my Wiltshire wedding pictures are created in my trademark and natural style of documentary wedding photography. Over the many years of creating documentary wedding photos, I’ve developed the ability to be exceptionally discreet during the wedding day, in fact many people attending the wedding assume I’m just another wedding guest, not a wedding photographer. This very careful and considered approach enables me to capture quiet and often highly personal, fleeting moments that, when collated, authentically convey the narrative of each and every wedding day I photograph.
I sincerely believe that this documentary approach to wedding photography (I’m also known as a reportage wedding photographer and a wedding photojournalist) is the best and most genuine and tasteful way to record such a momentous occasion.