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My Style & Approach

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London Micro Wedding

My approach

Documentary photography is at the heart of what I do. As your wedding photographer it is so important to me that you feel completely relaxed and able to enjoy every minute of your day which means I like to work in a way that is unobtrusive, capturing you and your guests as authentically as possible.

Working in this way enables me to provide you with a set of images that show the true narrative of your day – the tears, the joy & the laughter, the beauty & the imperfect. Real, honest & genuine fleeting moments in time that you will look back on and cherish forever.


Kind Words

Kerrie was the perfect wedding photographer. Capturing every moment of the day so naturally and beautifully! Stunning photos that we will always be able to look back on and remind ourselves how special it was. We feel lucky to have found Kerrie. Thankyou x

- Havala & Toby

I want to make my prices simple and affordable with flexibility to suit your individual needs. Each package comes with a beautiful online gallery with anywhere between 500 - 1000 professionally edited images that you can download, share or print. I'll also be available at any time before your day to chat through any plans and help in any way I can.


Islington Town hall wedding photography
Micro wedding Chelsea Town Hall
Islington Town hall wedding photography

Package two

Package three

Package one

A flexible 5 hour package for small and intimate micro weddings. Covering ceremony, portraits, drinks & speeches. Perfect for laid back city weddings. Hours can be added or reduced if needed.

Up to 10 hours flexible coverage typically used from bridal preparations through to dancing into into the night.

Up to 8 hours flexible coverage typically used from ceremony through to the first dance or just after.







"Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything."

-Aaron Siskind

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