About Ben

A wedding and portrait photographer, and perhaps the only professional photographer you've heard of with a Marine Engineering Degree. Ben's journey in photography started back in 1998, almost out of necessity.

After a near fatal skydiving accident, Ben's focus moved from action photography to wedding photography. Starting in the wedding industry in 2004 with no formal training shooting wedding videos then in 2010 making the transition to photography, he's thrived as an award winning professional wedding and portrait photographer ever since.

His style of photography has been described as modern glamour meets “light & bright”. A "purist" photographer choosing to amplify the many natural elements of an image as opposed to creating or adding them in after. He loves bright contrasting vibrant colours combined with beautiful timeless black & whites. Choosing to stay away from the fads and the hours of editing in favour of beautiful, well lit, well posed, crafted images that will remain stylish and timeless so they can be appreciated for years to come.

Although having no real formal training Ben has worked hard to establish himself and his business with success and some awards. In the past year alone he has received the following WPPI awards for his work.


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Ben's Favourite Product

Canon EOS 5D Mark III

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The Canon EOS 5D Mk III Digital SLR delivers the best of everything: unsurpassed image quality, high-performance operation, and a range of advanced and creative features that will whet the appetite of any advanced amateur or professional photographer. The EOS 5D Mark 3 DSLR delivers images like you have never experienced before, as a result of the incredible 22.3 Megapixel Full Frame CMOS sensor and fast DiG!C5+ image processor. You'll be able to push your photography to new heights with numerous creative features such as HDR and Multiple Exposure modes.

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