Background information and style of Sally's wedding photography

My Photography

I have a natural reportage style of photography with which I aim to encapsulate the truth, sentiment and beauty of a wedding day. I like to subtly merge with your guests so I can capture the all too fleeting moments and the day's unique atmosphere. My relaxed manner allows me to catch subtle and un-posed shots and the results, I believe, are honest photographs full of joy and emotion.

I am a warm and friendly person who has experienced the fun and fracas of many weddings. If you like the style of my photography I would love to meet with you to discuss your requirements and plans. Once I have a clear understanding of the wedding and your wishes it will leave me free to pursue those special moments in my own contemporary style.


A portrait of Sally Williams
Reading degree level photography at The Arts University College Bournemouth, I graduated in 2004 and although continuing to shoot throughout, my first wedding assignment was in 2006. Since then my talent for wedding photography has matured and the pleasure I get from covering a couple's special day has me hooked.

I live with my husband Guy in Tring, Hertfordshire, where I photograph both commercially and for wedding couples across the UK and in Europe. When I'm not behind the lens, I like to spend time in my vegetable patch normally fending off our chickens Hattie and Lola, or in the kitchen cooking up all manner of weird and wonderful delights! I also like to spend a lot of time in the British landscape, photographing, walking and camping when the English climate allows.

I also feel strongly about preserving and protecting our natural environment and for this reason my packaging is kept minimal and is recycled and recyclable where possible. When time allows I like to help this cause in any way I can and I have volunteered photographic shoots for environmental charities such as Groundwork and The Trill Trust.

The bride enjoys her new husband squirming under the presure! The newly weds endure the speech together. Then it is the grooms turn to see his wife as the subject of the speech.