James Stewart Photography

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bride and groom shot at sunset

Hedsor House Wedding – Rebecca & Carl

Hedsor House Wedding. I was helping out my good friend Kerry Morgan on this one. I started out by meeting Carl at hisView full post »

bride and groom walking up a tree lined drive

La Villa Hotel – Italian Wedding – Katie & Wayne

La Villa Hotel – Katie & Wayne’s fabulous Italian Wedding My journey started on the Friday before theView full post »

bride and groom on the beach

Thorpeness Wedding – Anna & Jack

Anna & Jack’s fabulous Thorpeness Wedding Anna & Jack (and Evie!) live in Buenos Aires so their weddingView full post »

Ufton Court Wedding – Ros & Stuart

Ros and Stuart’s Ufton Court Wedding started a few miles away in Tadley, at the Broomsquire Hotel where Ros wasView full post »

wedding couple in front of hardwick hall

Hardwick Hall – Heather and Tristan

Hardwick Hall – Heather and Tristan My first wedding at Hardwick Hall, a venue chosen by Heather and TristanView full post »

315 Bar & Restaurant – Jenny & Andy

315 Bar & Restaurant – Jenny & Andy I’ve known Andy for a few years and it was a real pleasure toView full post »

Yorkshire Wedding Photographer

I’m Sheffield based documentary or reportage wedding photographer. Photographing weddings in Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and throughout the UK, including the odd trip abroad. I have a relaxed, photojournalistic style, never obtrusive but always in control.

Being based in Sheffield I’m about as central UK as is possible which makes it easy for me to cover the whole country. Although I cover the whole of the UK I do shoot a lot of weddings locally (Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire) and there are also a few great venues I’m lucky enough to work at regularly.

Venues that I have a real synergy with and where the staff are excellent are Hassop Hall, Hodsock Priory, Chatsworth, The Maynard, East Lodge, Whitley Hall and Wortley Hall. I feel quite lucky to have these venues on my doorstep and it’s a real pleasure to photograph the fabulous weddings that are held there.