How to sum up J's approach to wedding photography in one word? Unobtrusive. The dictionary definition is simple and concise; not conspicuous or attracting attention. For J, a wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime event that should be photographed quietly, sympathetically, and without the photographer dictating what happens in front of the camera.
A classically trained and vastly experienced photographer, J has shot hundreds of weddings for people from all walks of life. He is a master of available light photography and an honest storyteller.
J has often been described as a photographer that shoots weddings, rather than a wedding photographer. Away from weddings, he has won multiple awards for his architectural and landscape photography and his photographs have been featured internationally in magazines.