I live in Derby with my amazing wife Anna and our beautiful daughter Eleanor. I'm Derby born-and-bred, so I know the area well, but we love to explore new places and travel all over the UK on holidays as often as we can.

I’ve been a Derbyshire wedding photographer for over ten years now, and I've been privileged to have photographed some fantastic weddings during that time. Every single one is different, and that's part of what makes my job a joy. The other wonderful thing about my job is the people; my clients and their friends and family. I love meeting new people and making new friends, and where better to do that than at a wedding? When I’ve not got a camera in my hand, you can usually find me with friends, out and about in Derbyshire, reading, or following my favourite football and cricket teams! Anna and I are both fond of cricket, so much so that in August 2011 we held our wedding reception in the stunning Marquee at the Derbyshire County Cricket Ground! It was the best day of my life (joint best now since Ellie was born in 2013!) and well worth all the hours of planning and preparation that went into it (mostly by me! - Anna). We love looking back at our wedding album and reminiscing about our wedding day. Doing so always reminds me of how important wedding photography is - after the big day you have each other, your wedding rings, your memories and your photographs. We absolutely treasure ours and can't wait until Ellie is old enough so that we can sit down and show her how young and good looking her parents used to be! (For the record, Anna still always looks amazing). I hope your wedding day is just as incredible as ours was. I’m sure it will be! If you’d like me to be there to capture it in photographs you’ll treasure forever, then get in touch.

Jon

P.S - If you'd like to know even more about me, then make sure you visit my Derbyshire wedding photography blog. I love writing, and every week as well as posting about recent weddings and wedding photography tips I also like to share some of my random, often daft thoughts! Here are some recent ramblings...