Jump the Broom Wedding Photography is little old me; Emma Campbell and I want to ensure your wedding photography is unique to you.
Without interrupting the natural flow of things, I’ll reflect the ambience and beauty with my camera. A wedding is thrilling to follow the whole day, from bathrobes and make-up, until the last guest standing. The art of taking pictures without you even noticing, is one I take great pride in. Weddings are about celebrating love and I make sure this shines through in the images. The two of you are the main ‘stars’, but what is life without friends and family? I will feature as many of the guests as possible as well as the moments between them and you.
I have been incredibly lucky to have been a wedding photographer and a part of so many people’s wedding celebrations, I would be thrilled to be a part of yours.
Since emerging with BA in Documentary Photography from the University of Wales over a decade ago, I have continued to work in the photographic industry, honing my knowledge and experience over time. I have been published by several major publishers and broadcasters, including the BBC and The Times newspapers, I even won the first BBC Electric Proms Photography prize! Now, back in Belfast and with an MFA in Photography, I feel privileged to be welcomed into families in order to document their special occasions.
“JUMP the BROOM” comes from one of the oldest marriage traditions from the Celts, predating even the handfast cord. Some scholars have traced the broom-jumping tradition to a centuries-old Welsh custom,’priodas coes ysgub’ or “broom-stick wedding”.