Previously KNOT JUST PICS. Same shit, different name.

Banner photo by our amazing friend, and epic photographer Skillie from Kikitography.

We met at a music festival, fell in love over our common passion for developing our own photos and many long and late night deep conversations about the world, life and pretty much everything in between.

Somehow that was 13 years ago, and those two arty alternative kids are married, have bunnies, a crazy two colour eyed cat called Bowie, a book collection too large to fit comfortably in our house and have somehow managed to piece together our love of photography and traveling the world together into our business of getting to document the love stories of awesome humans. And this is how we get to make our living? It’s so awesome it feels like cheating.

We love the shit out of weddings and getting the chance to share these amazing adventures with people. We get that letting people in to share something as intimate and personal as a marriage is a really big deal, and it’s something that never stops making us really stoked that people trust us enough to make their memories.

We love how no two weddings are the same and, through really getting to know our couples, we try to ensure that the way we document them is a true reflection of who they are – which for us is hands down the most important part of what we do. We are documentary story-tellers with a Fine Art twist and we love to find the balance between catching all the beautifully emotive, unposed, and fleeting moments of your day, while at the same time creating some beautiful timeless art with a more considered side. We freaking love love!

When we got married, we hated the idea of posed traditional pictures that look the same as everyone else’s wedding pics because our wedding and marriage is unique, as are the weddings of the couples we shoot. So our attitude to our photography is to embrace each couple as they are and create pictures that show them off as a couple and as individuals. Every wedding we are a part of is a special glimpse into the lives of two unique people who love each other and their often crazy and amazing friends and family. That’s why our approach to every wedding is special and done around the people in it. We want you to be relaxed on your day and feel like we are not there as an intrusion, but rather as a part of your memory making. We would rather be seen as old friends documenting your day unfolding over serious professionals directing your day and being “in charge”. We believe that your wedding is not just about the pictures taken on the day, but the process of the day, the emotions felt by everyone and trying to reflect that in the pictures. It is easy to have pretty pictures but it’s a skill to capture the feeling and emotion and atmosphere of the wedding experience. We want it so that when you look at your pictures in 10, 20, 50 years’ time, you’re transported back to the sights, sounds and feelings of your special day and that is what we want captured on our own big day. So we are sure other people want that too.

We love weddings, unposed moments, adventures in our old Land Rover, our cats, good red wine and loud music; travelling and meeting new people. So if we sound like your kinda people. Get in touch! We would love to meet you!

Pic from our own wedding taken by the incredibly talented Tyrone Bradley.

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  • If you ask a lot of photographers what weddings are all about, they will probably talk about your gorgeous decor that reflects “you” as a couple, or some nice portraits to show the grandkids one day, or something cheesey about freezing your special moments in time. And I mean, we can’t really argue with any of that, but there’s another secret awesome part of your wedding that often doesn’t get as much airtime. The time when all the formalities are over, everything is all signed and official, speeches have been said, all the yummy foods been scoffed, and it’s time to just cut loose and celebrate with your favourite people. It’s that trouser-ripping splits, that air guitar, that chuck your shoes in the corner time of night when the real celebrations happen. And honestly it’s one of the most awesome parts of the day!
  • So keeping with the happy vibes ☺️ Oliver’s  face at seeing Sarah for the first time is everything 😍
  • Can I still just post happy people for a while?
  • We’re both still pretty miz after losing our little fur boy a couple days ago. So these super happy brides are mostly for me, but also for you if you need something to whack a smile on your face too.
  • A cheesey ass pic for a cheesey as hell day of the year. We’ve never been valentine people, preferring to honour our relationship on our anniversaries and other significant dates, but the older (and less jaded?!) I get, I realize there is no harm in celebrating your person and your relationship every chance you get. This doesn’t mean we are suddenly going to squeeze into a restaurant tonight crammed with tables for twos, or get some made in China synthetic teddy bear holding an “I love you” heart. But I am going to hug my person extra tight and remind them that they mean the world to me and life with them is the best thing ever 💜
  • Yesterday we unexpectedly lost this angel ruby eyed boy. We always knew bunnies were very delicate souls, but Doug and his brother have been through being rescued from horrific conditions before eventually ending up with us. We watched them gradually lose their timidness and grow into two wonderful quirky little guys. He’s the bun that made me fall in love with Rabbits. Both of us and his husbun Mike are super heartbroken at this unexepected loss just a couple months short of their 7th birthday.
  • Spontaneous hand kisses always make me weak at the knees ☺️
  • A love like this 💜
  • Run away veils, much better than run away brides ☺️
  • A lot of wedding blogs, Pinterest lists and photographers will suggest on your wedding day that you book into a nice hotel room, make sure there is no clutter (eeeek god forbid there is some signs of the day that’s been happening in the background!) and lots of natural light.  We tend to approach it kind of differently... get ready in a comfortable environment, don’t send your bridesmaids rushing to clear any sign of real life from behind you, and rather let your surroundings be part of the story of your day. I absolutely adore that Katie got ready in her childhood home, here you can see her sisters getting ready in one of their rooms which was covered in memories of their lives, which seems kinda perfect.
  • Carrying on from my previous post about the special place we get to occupy on a wedding day, these special and intimate moments abound if you just take the step back necessary to be witness to them. Claudia’s dad came in to see her once she was dressed, and while its easy to only see the enormity of the moment between them, when I stepped back and saw the overwhelming pride and love on her mum’s face, I knew I had to capture the bigger story.
  • Hands down one of my favourite parts of a wedding is watching the bride share her morning with her closest and most special people.  What an honour it is that I, an almost complete stranger get to be in this sacred space with them, and they trust me enough to be there and capture them honestly and with my whole heart.

We Choose Adventure on Instagram

  • I’ve played guitar and bass for a while and always wanted to try sitar. Had my first lesson today in Varanasi. What an amazing instrument! So different to guitar. I was very shit and my fingers feel like they’ve been manicured with a sword, but I love this thing.
  • Following @the_szerd around temples since 2010.

Our first big overseas adventure was to Nepal, where we got engaged. The travel bug bit hard and it’s been love and magical unicorn farts ever since. Here’s to a trillion more adventures with this person ❤️
  • There’s something beautiful and timeless about a shawl or saree. The Indian woman are such a vibrant contrast to the dusty streets.
  • Up to our eyebrows with hot chai (tea) and hotter curry. #wishyouwerehere #notreally
  • Unbelievable detail carved into these old stone mansions (called “Havelis”) from the 1800s. The one took 55 years to finish! It may take us that long to finish painting our kitchen...
  • Epic views over the small desert city of Jaisalmer in North West India, not far from the Pakistan border. 
First time in this beautiful country. Managed to step in cow shit within the first 2 minutes and dog shit within the first 10. Welcome to India!
  • This weekend exceeded all expectations! 🙌 Sooo many good bands, the friendliest people, and delicious veggie food. The mud and rain even made it a proper English festival experience 🌧 This was our first @downloadfest and we WILL be back! Thank you @the_szerd for enjoying the same noisy music as me and always being my band buddy 😘
  • This summer in Europe has been epic for bands so far! Another one from our “must-see” band list. Alice in Chains 🔥 Definite highlights were this song, Them Bones, and Nutshell, which Jerry Cantrell dedicated to Layne Stayley. Totes emosch 😥 @aliceinchains
  • I played bass for a long time and this man was my bass crush 😍 #justinchancellor was worth every second of the 20 year wait to watch this man play 🙌 ... and I got his plectrum ! That’s getting framed.
  • Tool 🙌 I waited 20 years to see this band and it finally happened last night in Berlin, of all places. They were a massive influence on my own band and were actually one of the reasons @the_szerd and I started dating over 15 years ago. I even played in a Tool tribute band back in the day. Excellent times!
  • People watching from the shade.
  • Exploring the narrow streets and alleyways of Stone Town, Zanzibar. This place reminds us so much of the old part of Jeddah with the African/Arab cross culture and architecture.

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