PHOTOGRAPHY THAT KEEPS YOU FULLY PRESENT IN YOUR DAY
You’re probably drawn to my work because you want people focused, story telling imagery. Not because you want to spend the day posing for a camera, away from your guests. Well that’s grand, because I’m at my happiest when the focus of a wedding day is on good people and good vibes, and I’m free to shoot in a way that keeps you fully present alongside your guests.
I want my couples to be at peace, knowing that through my immersive documentary-meets-editorial style, they’ll be provided with a collection of images that feel as authentic as they are beautiful. And whilst I may not be the kind of photographer that encourages dozens of formal photos or constructs moments to tick boxes, I am proudly the kind of photographer that can capture a feeling and make it last forever.
I love shooting weddings of all seasons, styles and sizes. Whether it be a three day destination weekend in the South of France, or a small city hall ceremony, I will have a collection that suits your vibe.
To learn about these collections in detail, please complete my contact form using the button below. I’ll be back in touch within 48 hours to confirm my availability with a copy of my Client Welcome Guide.
“Everyone has commented on how she captured the whole feeling of the day.”
My approach to couples sessions is a little different, focusing on artfully documenting your connection as a couple whilst doing something you genuinely enjoy together. Kind of like a date night, but with a photographer.
Available to all couples (engaged or not), each session typically lasts an hour and can take place at any location of your choosing throughout Norfolk and North Suffolk.
MY TRAVEL Dates
If you’re planning a destination wedding or are simply curious about where in the world I’ll be and when, check out my upcoming travel dates below.
Lake Como, Italy
Georgia is a UK based wedding photographer with a focus on authentic storytelling.
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