The 12 Best Wedding Photographers in Liverpool
Make your wedding planning easier by taking a look at the following Liverpool wedding photographers — they are all great artists. Whether you are looking for a fine artist with a classic style or a photojournalist to preserve your candid memories, you’re sure to find a match here!
1. Kym Moseley
Well known as one of the best Liverpool wedding photographers, Kym Moseley wows with her artistic style. She plays with depth of field and focus with her wedding portraits, giving her shots an extra layer that marks her work as hers and hers alone. Her all our artistry is enhanced by layered editing techniques and balanced out perfectly with traditional shots so you can have the best of both worlds — trendy and timeless.
If we’re honest, sometimes the thought of being in front of the camera, especially all day at your wedding, can be daunting. You want to look amazing but are afraid of looking awkward. Enter Liverpool wedding photographer Stephen Walker. He is a master at making people comfortable in front of his lens—never directing them or posing them, simply documenting the beautiful moments that unfold. Not only is his shooting style relaxed (a huge bonus on your big day), but his photos speak for themselves — touching, real, and organic, so you can relive your day every time you look at your photos.
3. Wes Simpson
With a background as a television cameraman, UK destination wedding photographer and Liverpool native Wes Simpson knows how to be behind a camera. He has a hybrid style—mixing a bit of photojournalism in for its storytelling powers and carefully composed portraits so you can remember every detail of how you looked. His photography has caught the eyes of celebrities, magazine editors (his work was featured in Hello! Magazine), and more than a few award committees. A huge bonus—as a destination photographer, he loves to travel locally and even globally, so wherever you’re planning your wedding, check out his work!
A visual storyteller, Liverpool Wedding Photographer Marina Vaidere has a keen eye combined with a relaxed style that is perfect for capturing moments you may not have even seen during the flurry of activity that is a wedding. Her portfolio is perfectly balanced between candid shots of the special moments that make each wedding unique and her thoughtful couples’ portraits with a fashion twist.
5. Rachel Burt
Many photographers love their jobs—they have to stay inspired to keep making wonderful art, but we don’t see too many photographers who passionately love their jobs as Rachel Burt does. Her joy in photography is evident from the first peek at her work—this is a woman who *loves* everything about capturing love from her couples to the creative process itself. With such a vibrant, happy body of work created by such a passionate artist, you are virtually guaranteed each shot is a work of art.
6. Joanna Rose
Powered by her love of preserving what could have been a passing moment forever in print, Joanna Rose has a sentimental leaning to her work that is perfectly suited to weddings. On a day full of emotion, love, and the promise of forever, she quietly walks among your guests and captures the most beautiful (and humorous) moments.
David Walters takes the best photojournalism, portraiture, fine art, and a touch of humor and blends it all together to create something truly special. Serving couples throughout northwestern England and beyond, he brings his curious nature into his work—preserving all of the details that make every love story unique. He works with his couples to create portraits that they will treasure for years to come while remaining unobtrusive during the big moments. His signature style has gotten him featured on numerous wedding blogs and even Country Bride Magazine.
You know how some people just ‘get you’? Well, if you are a colorful, creative type, Rachel Clarke sure will! She’s not afraid to be unapologetically herself, and she encourages her couples to do the same—which makes for an easy-going wedding day where the photos feel fun and not like a chore! Of course, the finished product is just as important as the experience, and here Rachel shines as well—capturing each moment with one eye towards authenticity and the other towards artistry.
9. Herve Gillet
With his degree from the acclaimed Icart Photo School and years of experience behind the camera, Herve Gillet excels as a Liverpool wedding photographer—he has even won the honour of Wedding Photographer of the Year. When you work with him, you are assured excellence from his professional demeanour during your day all the way to the final prints. His documentary style combined with his qualifications makes him a one-of-a-kind artist.
10. Jessica Lang
While photographing weddings is about capturing emotion, it is also about capturing fun, something Jessica Lang intuitively knows. If you are planning a bold, colorful celebration for your wedding day, definitely check out her work. It’s full of couples just like yourselves. Even if you don’t fancy yourself the creative type but simply want to be portrayed artistically, you can’t go wrong with Jessica. Her couples’ portraits are particularly inspired — full of laughter, authentic moments, and love.
11. Ian MacMichael
Regularly featured in magazines including Vogue UK and Unveiled Magazine and wedding blogs, Ian MacMichael creates timeless shots full of feeling and life. His style is one part classic fine art with his black and white bridal portraits and couples portraits especially standing out, one part documenting moments as they happen, and one part that is his ineffable style.
12. Willo Photo
Lee and Karen are a husband and wife wedding photography team — two shooters, double the artistry! This team is perfect for when you want shots of the both of you getting ready and coverage of as many candid moments as possible. If you want natural portraits with creative touches, they are your dream team — they use every lighting situation to their advantage and carefully compose each image for maximum impact.