Local wedding venues in Derbyshire and the East Midlands that I have worked at include Cressbrook Hall
, Stapleford Park
, Blackbrook House
, Prestwold Hall
, Hodsock Priory
, Our Lady's Convent School
, Stanford Hall and Ingestre Hall
. Other venues in Derbyshire and local to me include Shottle Hall
, Hassop Hall, East Lodge, Tissington Hall
, Breadsall Priory, Makeney Hall Hotel and the Cathedral Quarter Hotel in Derby.
I have also taken documentary wedding photography at lots of UK venues that are a bit further afield including Carlton Towers, Great John Street Hotel, The Sculpture Gallery at Woburn Abbey, Denton Hall, Crear, Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons, Oakham Castle, Highclere Castle, Brympton D'Evercy, Lower Slaughter Manor and Great Fosters.
I have also shot London wedding photography at Syon Park, Lords Cricket Ground, Andaz Hotel, Village Underground, One Marylebone, The Lanesborough, Waldorf Hilton and The Roof Gardens.
Derbyshire Wedding Photographer
My name is Mark Wallis and I am a documentary wedding photographer based in Derbyshire, and shooting wedding photography in Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Staffordshire and all over the UK. I shoot in a pure reportage style, also known as wedding photojournalism which means I photograph the story of your day as it happens with no posing, staging or intervention of any kind.
Award-winning Documentary Wedding Photography
I have become known for my relaxed and natural approach to wedding photography which allows my couples to enjoy their wedding day without interruptions for photographs. My distinctive style is much sought after across the Midlands and throughout the UK.
Wedding Photographer in Leicestershire and Staffordshire
Rather than control my subjects, I prefer to react to situations and moments. My timeless images capture all the emotion and atmosphere of your wedding. Although friendly and approachable, my unobtrusive manner often means that I go unnoticed by my couples and their guests enabling me to take spontaneous and genuine photographs.