We are Fred and Jamie, an artistic collaboration between two wedding photographers. We are based in London, but shoot weddings all over the UK and abroad.
Our style is reportage/documentary. We tell stories with photos.
sample wedding stories
Gareth and Joyce
— Gareth and Joyce's wedding in Scotland was a wonderful and fun event. It was full of energy, life and laughter. A great ceremony with a string quartet playing an arrangement of a Muse song, and a particularly funny vicar who opened with: “Statistically speaking, you're now stood next to person most likely to murder you”. A brilliant day and a joy to shoot.
Joanna and Richard
— What can I say about Jo and Richard's wedding? It was just brilliant. They are a great couple. Jo's parents own a pub in Primrose Hill so the reception was held there. The ceremony took place at Burgh House and we were transported from one to the other via a routemaster bus. The food, decor, locations, weather were all great but it was the people that really made this wedding. The speeches managed to avoid clichés and just be full of very genuine good spirits, humour and love. There was no fretting about everything going right by the couple, they just gave it their all and lived it to the full. A brilliant, brilliant day. I'm honoured to have shot it.
Claire and Keith
— A gorgeous sunny day at Camber Sands near Rye was the place where Claire and Keith chose to tie the knot. Colourful, hand-made decorations, canapés in the dunes and sunset walks along the beach made for a fantastic day.
Michael and Neela
— Neela and Michael’s wedding started out at Marylebone Town Hall where the ceremony took place but the celebrations really kicked off when the wedding party boarded a Routemaster bus for big tour of London. There was drinking, dancing and much merry-making as everyone look in the sights and sounds of the capital city. The day ended with a meal, speeches and cake at Chutney Mary in Chelsea. A lovely bunch of people and a lovely day.
George and Martha
— A wonderful summer's day greeted this couple for their English country wedding just outside Cambridge. Pimms and Cider in the Garden, the wedding breakfast served from a picnic box and games on the lawn were some of the wonderful details that went into creating a fantastic day. Everything down to the tiniest detail was thought about …and there were so many details. This must have taken a lot of work and it certainly paid off! Take a look for yourself to see what I'm talking about…
Dexter and Lucy
— Dexter and Lucy got married at Harrow-on-the-Hill and the reception was held down the road at Moor Park Golf Club. They are a great couple with two lovely children. The sun shone and the atmosphere was good humoured and laid back. My personal favourite moment from the day was when their young son ran to them during their first dance and they all danced together as a family. It was a very sweet moment.
Cara and Rob
— Cara and Rob got married in the small town of Dozza, Italy (just outside Bologna). The officially ceremony was conducted in the town and the reception was held the next day at a beautiful hotel overlooking the gorgeous, local Italian landscape.
Ben and Vicky
A beautiful sunny day in Richmond-upon-Thames.
Mark and Sarah
A stately home, an ice cream van, a tug of war, welly wanging and a ukulele band. A quirky and fun-filled day in Hemel Hempstead was the scene for Mark and Sarah’s wedding. A wonderful day. A joy to shoot.
Rebecca and Stephen
— A winter wedding for this lovely couple. The ceremony and wedding breakfast were held at Claridge’s and then on to The Blacksmith and Toffeemaker in Farringdon for some food, drink and a good, old-fashioned Cockney knees-up (courtesy of two-piece band, The Gents).
Jamie and Mel
— Jamie and Mel’s wedding ceremony took place in the grounds of The National Trust's incredibly beautiful Hidcote. The ceremony itself was held in the plant house and the party moved down the road to a lovely converted barn for the reception. The atmosphere was great and no-one seemed too fussed about the very indecisive weather. lots of lovely details from the lemonade stand to the convertible Morris Minor that delivered Mel to the venue. A wonderful day indeed.