Corinne

Corinne Mather Fudge

I'm a documentary fine-art wedding and portrait photographer. I photograph your wedding from a storytelling view, seeking real moments, true love and beautiful light. Linked with a quirky sense of fun and a laser-guided eye for a lovely, unrepeatable moment, you'll have a unique and powerful history of your day - forever....

Me

Off duty, I love to take photographs - I'm obsessed with wartime buildings and decaying airfields - and I live with my three grumpy teenagers and a pack of large, excitable dogs.

I would rather share one lifetime with you than face all the ages of this world alone.

The Fellowship of the Ring


Corinne

I’m a documentary wedding photographer – which means I quietly capture real moments and real emotion through your day, along with beautiful portraits of the two of you. I’m based in North Wales, near the beautiful city of Chester, in the north west of Great Britain.

I’m hugely privileged to have heard the stories of, and photographed some of the most incredible couples on some of the most sparkling and spectacular days and I still cry when I look back at those special images we made.

Take a look at the images in my portfolio, then call me to meet up for a closer look at my printed images and albums.

 


 

Someone once described my wedding photography as stardust-sprinkled – I like that a lot.

I’ve had the privilege to shoot a whole range of weddings during my career – from Orkney to London and everywhere in between, from traditional and beautiful cathedral weddings and country house receptions, to dramatic urban loft soirées, to beaches and family barns and 6000 year-old stone circles, the summit of Cairngorm Mountain in deep snow, on towering clifftops at midnight on the summer solstice overlooking the Northern Fleet’s Scapa Flow harbour; Muslim weddings, Humanist ceremonies, Christian, civil, same-sex, Pagan, Shamanic/Native American; in city registry offices and in whisky distilleries…. I photograph weddings in the Chester, Wrexham and North Wales ares and will travel throughout England, Scotland Ireland and Wales.

Off duty, I love to take photographs – really – of decaying military buildings and dogs. I live in an old 1930s (damp) brick cottage with my three grumpy teenagers, a pile of large, excitable dogs and we’re all ruled by a pair of ex-feral warrior cats…

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