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WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIOS ARE OPEN - Many couples don’t want to wait. They are planning to get married in the very near future, eloping, or rushing a small ceremony with their photographer, some close friends, and family but dispensing with or postponing the reception party. 

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UK wedding reportage and engagement photography by Damion Mower
1995+ (GBP)

Damion Mower

Damion Mower Photography
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I live in a beautiful village called Chalfont St Giles in Buckinghamshire with my wife Philippa and our Spanish Water Dog, Huxley.

We moved into the area in 2018 after living in London most of our lives, trading the hustle and bustle for village life with fresh air and miles of walks.

Fortunately, the neighbouring town has a drive-thru Starbucks and a service station that is open 24 hours so I can get my fix of coffee and Cadbury’s buttons!

I never really set out to be a photographer but my career paths have led me to this happy place. I’ve always been interested in visual arts and how imagery and words can evoke emotions and responses and for a long time I worked in marketing and advertising.

As my photography has developed over the years I find that my passion has opened a new perspective for me on delivering images for my brides and grooms that they will love, that they will treasure and that will become part of their family storytelling.

It’s more than just being a photographer, it’s about being trusted to capture not only the images of the day but the emotions, creating a story of the wedding day for families to cherish.

2 Awards for Documentary Wedding Photography

3 Diamond Awards for Engagement Portraits

1 Awards from the Artistic Guild of Wedding Photojournalists

1 Client Letters

The following letters are from the clients of Damion Mower.

Provence wedding photography of bride getting ready at Bastide de Gordes, France

Married: 2 years ago

Julia and Mark

The 'newlywed' shots are simply stunning - it's hard to choose which to frame. In my view, the photos are one of the most important parts of a wedding because they inform many of your memories for years to come. When we look back now, and when we look back in the future, the photos will instantly bring back the warmth and happiness we felt on that perfect day in Provence. And for that, we can't thank you enough, Damion.