How much?

We’ve shot three-hour weddings and three-day weddings: every couple's investment in their photography is unique. Tell us about your wedding and we’ll chat about the options that’ll suit you.

We're gay. Will you shoot our wedding?

Yes please, we'd love to.

We're secret agents/rock stars/minor royalty. Can we stay anonymous?

No problem. Lots of couples we’ve worked with have been keen to stay unGoogleable, which is why you won’t find their names on the site. NDAs are no problem, either.

Do we need two photographers or just one?

That depends on the size of your wedding and the coverage you're after. With two of us, we can be in two places at once, which is otherwise only achievable by magic. Rachel thinks Chris is the better photographer. Chris thinks Rachel is the better photographer. (Chris is better at shooting over high walls. Rachel is better at helping you get your veil unhooked when it’s snagged on your bra.)

We're only having a tiny wedding…

Only want one of us, or just a few hours of coverage? No problem. We love Brighton and London elopements, and can shoot for as little as an hour. Get in touch to check our elopement and microwedding availability.

We're eloping in Svalbard/Bhutan/ South Georgia & The Sandwich Islands; can you come?

Yes please. We have a bunch of passports and love going places. Rachel's background as a travel editor comes in handy for adding postcard-worthy landscape shots to your wedding album, too. (The Whalers' Church in Grytviken on South Georgia would make a pretty great wedding venue.)

What happens if your camera breaks?

We’ll just get one of the others out and merrily carry on. You'll never know anything happened.

Can you make us a wedding album?

Yes please. And some ridiculously cool photo books, and handy thank-you cards, and fine-art prints. Let us know what you’d like, and we’ll make it for you; here are some handy ideas for printing your wedding pictures. (Confession: We haven’t actually made our own wedding album yet. Don't be like us.)

Can we print our pictures?

How much posing do we have to do?

Little to none. Meet your new favourite LA / Brighton / London documentary wedding photographer team – we're very good at making portraits very easy. You can read more about our laid-back approach to shooting weddings here.

Of course. If you love your friendly neighbourhood printing place, please do support them. We’ll give you all your files full size, fully edited and ready to print wherever you like. (Or we can make you prints at our favourite lab, too.)

My mother wants a posed group shot but I'm not really into that sort of thing…

One she’ll send all your great aunts framed copies of for Christmas? Amazing. We love those – here are a few of our favourite wedding family group shots.

Why will you be handy to have around on our wedding day?

If you’re torn between two wedding photographers, ask yourself how good they'd in a nuptial crisis. Things we’ve pulled out of our camera bags for brides in distress: deodorant, blister plasters, a phone charger, water, mints, perfume (Santal 33), hair slides, safety pins, a mirror, ibuprofen (because by the time the cake’s been cut, there are no such things as comfortable shoes). Rachel also once zipped a groom’s sister into her ambitiously tight dress in the ladies’ room mere minutes before the ceremony with zero ripping or nipping.

Where are you based?

London, mostly. Chris grew up in Los Angeles, Rachel grew up just outside London – we both lived in each other's hometowns for years and years and racked up our frequent-flyer miles hopping between the two. Mid-pandemic, with two tiny children in tow, we moved our family home to Brighton, three minutes’ walk from the seaside (the seagulls are loud but the light is amazing)… but September Pictures HQ is in London.

Where did you get married?

We were wed at the Eagle Rock Center for the Arts in Los Angeles. It was magnificent. And then we honeymooned in Morocco: Essaouira, Marrakech and the Atlas Mountains – if you’re going, please do ask us for tips. We still can’t stop talking about it.