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About me...

I am born and bred in Somerset but finding my feet in Wiltshire with my wife and furry child, Bandit the Pug. I wasn’t gifted a polaroid camera at 5 and I had never even met any photographers until my adult life. My journey started with a spontaneous decision to buy a camera, specifically a Canon 1100D, whilst popping into a store for something that wasn’t even a camera.

 

There was no moment in time where I thought I wanted to do this as a career, I didn’t want to change the world through a lens, I just fancied a camera to take photos off stuff. From these early beginnings as a amatuer photographer I honed my skills and learnt a great deal. This hobby soon led to me expanding my repertoire to include friends and family and before I knew it word was spreading and I was being offered professional work. So, it turns out, that spontaneous decision very much did turn into a passion and I’m sat here today on a sleepy Sunday afternoon waffling on about my journey making this passion my career.

 

I grew up around motorsport; my amazing parents sacrificed holidays, eating out and general life luxuries for shuttling me around to various karting weekends and ultimately that made me the person I am today. Its has made me disciplined, dedicated and most of all humble. As always my parents were my biggest fans back then, and still are with this career. I would also say my darling wife is my biggest fan but I’ve just purchased a new camera and I live in fear I may be sleeping on the sofa still. 

 

I gravitate more towards documentary style photography because I love the images I capture to be honest, natural and emotive. As a newly wed myself, I know how much time, effort and loves goes into creating your special day and I know how important it is to capture those unique finer details to look back on years to come…


 

 
 

My Services...

WEDDINGS...

 

My wife and I got married in July ‘17 and it was one of the most important days of my life. Full of love, tears, laughter, special kisses, reunions of long lost family, nerves, the “I do”, first dances, chaos and eventual goodbyes. I can honestly say that it goes SO quickly.  I know how important it is for me to capture those moments for you both to look back on, to be able to relive that day through those images that I capture.

 

It all starts with a consultation, an opportunity for us to meet over coffee and cake (because who doesn’t need cake when planning a wedding?) This gives us a chance to chat about your visions and direction for your special day but most importantly you can get to know us. There is no obligation after this point because I know that finding the one is so important.

 

Moving forward with me; there are a number of options from full day to part day, we can further discuss your needs at the consultation to build you a bespoke package tailored to your exact needs. We can also arrange a pre-wedding/ engagement photo shoot for an additional £85.

We are fully insured and contracts are provided when secured with a deposit for your peace of mind.

 

I look forward to capturing one of the best days of your life.

SEE BELOW FOR CONTACT DETAILS FOR ALL OTHER PHOTOGRAPHY BOOKINGS

Full day package:

 

  • Bridal Prep. through to First Dance/ Evening with Group/ Posed photos also

  • Fully professionally edited images on USB

  • Password protected gallery on website

Part day package:

 

  • 5 hours coverage- your choice of what parts of your special day you wish for me to capture

  • Fully professionally edited images on USB

  • Password protected gallery on website

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How to book other services ?

 

How to get in contact...

Swindon, Wiltshire, UK

TEL: 07484 663853

craigforemanphotography@gmail.com

 

 

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"Craig attended the morning of my wedding day, capturing some wonderful moments of myself, friends and family. The images he took of my little boy were wonderful. I couldn't recommend Craig enough, he's very professional and returned our images very quickly."  

—  Chris Minton