We are a team of two amateur photographers based in the North West of England (Cheshire) who are in the process of setting up a professional photography business. Feel free to have a browse at our work to date. Some of our work is displayed in the Galleries which can be navigated to using the icons at the top of the page (please note they require Flash and Java to be installed and running). Details of the services we currently offer can be found in the next column.
Tel: 07751 737236
We'd like to thank Shailini and Peter for inviting us along to shoot at their wedding at Tutbury Castle and the Empire in Leicester. It was a wonderful day.
We had a great time shooting Adam and Rhonda's wedding in Chester. We'd like to thank them for making us feel welcome on their special day.
We have added some examples of 360 degree panoramas - these are available from the "Panoramas" menu above. We can build both interior and exterior panoramas as well as creating artistic "polar panoramas" - please contact us for more information.
Getting married in the North West/Cheshire area? If you would like to discuss our wedding photography services please contact us or Click here for more information.
Coming soon. We will be offering a "Lifestyle Portrait" package. Please e-mail us for more information.
Seen anything you like on our gallery pages? We can offer signed prints of a selection of our work. Please e-mail us if you are interested in anything specific.
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I have always had an artistic side, but never truly developed this aspect of my personality in a professional capacity, instead I chose to concentrate on my other major interest - science. I have recently found that photographing a wide variety of subjects very satisfying and have decided to try to develop photography as a professional venture. I have recently attended courses run the the Royal Photographic Society in order to help hone my skills as a photographer.
Julie Ann Jones
I have always been interested in optical imaging after I received my first microscope when I was 8 years old. Throughout my career I have worked in the field of microscopy firstly in pathology capturing images of bacterium, fungi and cells (not very photogenic, well mostly) and then later as a particle scientist capturing images of crystals.
Having moved out of the lab I have been able to fill the gap with amateur photography and now my camera is a constant companion.
I spend many hours capturing images of the thing and people that are all around me. I love being able to capture moments in time and preserve memories forever as digital images that can be shared and enjoyed by others, including you.