Hi, I’m Warren a Shepton Mallet wedding photographer working in a documentary style, this means that I will spend the whole day with you from getting ready in the morning right through to the last dance. I focus on capturing the special moments and the many emotions of the day with only a few posed shots. My unobtrusive way of working will leave you free to enjoy your incredible day without any fuss or time spent setting up long lists of family photographs. As you can see below I like to work creatively with light to capture the essence of your day, all the laughter and fun, the beautiful details as well as the intimate moments.

Shepton Mallet wedding photography 

A groom kisses his bride on the forehead in the shepton mallet countryside

Ever the friendly host, the little Roman town of Shepton Mallet is well known for its history and entertainment. Lying in the middle of the Mendip countryside, Shepton Mallet even has its own entry in the Doomsday book and as the closest town to Glastonbury festival, it is well suited for large scale events. A piece of rural England that is humble and unpretentious, Shepton Mallet is a delightful place to visit. A town of importance in Roman times and later from the 15th to 17th Century, there are still numerous elegant cloth makers houses built in the Palladian style to see.

A bride and groom walk away from their car in the countrysideA bride and groom walk through the countryside

Shepton Mallet, Somerset

A significant logistical location during Roman times, Shepton Mallet hosts the infamous Fosse Way, originating in 1AD, Fosse Way was an essential route for Roman supplies to reach its military positioned all over England. The road runs from Exeter to Lincoln and has been the site of many archaeological discoveries of Roman artefacts. Currently owned by the founder of Mulberry Roger Saul, Kilver Court delivers the best in contemporary gardens and wedding venues. Set in a historical background, admire the stunning Victorian viaduct as you take in the beauty from the magnificent. Head to the East Somerset railway to see the Somerset countryside in all its splendour with working steam trains, a museum, a miniature railway and sheds where you can see engines being restored, this is a great day out for all the family.

The groom straightens his tie next to the window in his hotel roomA bride looks in the mirror and puts on her lipstick in her hotel room

For a trip with a difference visit Wraxall vineyard, the home of the award winning Somerset wine, take a tour of the beautiful grounds situated in the Somerset hill, followed by the all important wine tasting. When booking your wedding date be aware of the main festivals around the town like The Royal Bath and West show, Snowdrop flower festival and of course the main even, Glastonbury festival.

A bride and groom stand next to each other in a barnAn outdoor wedding ceremony in the countrysideThe bride looks into a large mirror and puts on her earringsThe make up artist applies lipstick to the lips of the brideA bride and groom kiss each other as the sun goes down over the Shepton Mallet countryside

Shepton Mallet wedding photographer

You will put so much time into organizing your wedding you need a Shepton Mallet wedding photographer that will work just as hard to capture all the moments that matter. As you can see from my portfolio I observe what is happening and document it using natural light where possible to create beautiful, emotive photographs. We can arrange a time for portraits in the evening but apart from that I just capture the wedding exactly how it happens. It does not matter how big or small your wedding will be or where it is, I would just love to be there. If you like my style and you feel a connection with my work then please get in contact using the online form below.


Alternatively, you could give me a quick call or text on 07954044495 and I can let you know if your date is free.

I also use Skype, Facetime, and Zoom for video calls

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