This Is Me

Alternative Wedding Photographer in Shropshire

Alternative Wedding Photographer in Shropshire captures image of bride

It might not be wedding photography that you are used to, but it’s wedding photography that I am sure you will remember.  At least that’s what I try to achieve with every wedding I cover. To give my couples simply the best imagery possible. Images that will take them right back, time and time again, to their special day!  You see, I don’t actually think of myself as a wedding photographer, more a photographer that happens to cover weddings. My relaxed, and authentic style, complemented with some artistic fine tuning, really does give my couples the very best on offer. So if you are looking for that creative soul with a camera, be it in Shropshire, North Wales, Cheshire, Staffordshire, or indeed anywhere in the UK….or abroad. Then please do consider getting in touch, and maybe we can create some beautiful images to remember your day by.

In the meantime…

Turn up the volume, grab a drink….and enjoy.

This really IS me 😉

More about my ethos can be found in these recent posts “Documentary Wedding Photography“….and “Time To Lament“.

Please do let me know what you think in the comments below, I am always happy to answer any questions you may have, so feel free to post them too.


Phil Barrett
Phil Barrett

Phil Barrett is a seasoned photographer with a rich background in creativity. Starting his journey as an illustrator and designer, Phil's work graced the greeting cards of some of the world's largest producers. After two decades in the industry, a twist of fate led him back to university, where he founded PbArtWorks, initially envisioned as a design and photography agency. However, it was his unique approach to wedding photography, characterized by its natural, unforced essence, that truly resonated. For over a decade, Phil has captured weddings across Shropshire, Cheshire, North Wales, and beyond. Beyond weddings, Phil's passion for photography is evident in his leisurely strolls around his town, capturing its scenic beauty. Whether through pen, brush, camera, or lens, Phil's ultimate goal remains consistent: to create beautiful imagery that brings joy to people. His mantra? "Good enough is never good enough."

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