Thank you for visiting my website. I hope it conveys the passion and enthusiasm I have for what I do! I am a Surrey Wedding Photographer capturing weddings throughout the UK. I love photographing weddings. Every one is unique, funny, emotional and sometimes a bit crazy! I am very fortunate that I get to work with some fantastic couples and to travel throughout the UK and abroad to photograph weddings at some of the most amazing venues. If you visit my Recent Weddings section, you can go through a few years worth of my weddings and see for yourself.
I was recently voted “Wedding Photographer of the Year” for London and the South East. An incredibly special award to win as its voted for by my previous couples. It is the second year in a row that I have won a regional award. If you would like to see more about the awards that I have won, click HERE.
Last year, the BBC’s One Show contacted me to feature me on the show. They followed me around at a real wedding, interviewing me about what I do and how I capture the story of a wedding from start to finish. It was a crazy experience being filmed while at work! You can see the film by clicking HERE.
A look through my work will show that I mix reportage wedding photography with beautiful portraits and even some group shots. My couples are looking for unique timeless memories that reflect their personality and the spirit of their day. I don’t work to any set formula but create a unique collection of gorgeous images that tell the story of your special day. I also design bespoke albums from the worlds leading suppliers such as Queensberry to give you a heirloom that documents your special day for generations to come.
Please enjoy looking around my website. If you have any questions, email me on firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on 07903 798 755.
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Sean Gannon is a Surrey Wedding Photographer photographing weddings throughout Surrey, London, Berkshire and the whole of the UK
By Sean Gannon