Wedding photography in Lancashire and North West England
Hello! I'm Kath, thanks for visiting my website, I hope you enjoy having a look around.
Whether you are having a small intimate wedding or a grand extravaganza of a day, I will create the absolute best and most authentic wedding photographs that I can, filled with real emotion and natural expressions. I'm there from getting ready to the party at night along with my second shooter to ensure you get the best possible memories of your day.
I'm based in Lytham St Annes on the beautiful Fylde coast with the beach just a pebble's throw away… life is good. I've been a full time professional photographer for over 14 years, shooting weddings all over Lancashire, Cheshire, Merseyside, the Lake District, Yorkshire and further afield. Since launching Kath Occleston Photography and shooting my first wedding back in 2008, I've created thousands of photographs for couples and their families over the years, all unique, all very special and all will continue to tell their own beautiful stories for years to come.
Photography for me is about the freedom to express and to be creative. Throw a wedding into the mix and it is all about the emotion, the romance and the fun of the wedding day. It's more than just a set of photographs, it's the reason they are taken. I love to create photographs that are natural and relaxed, whether it's with subtle direction or completely off the cuff, I'm always looking for the best of you.
Finding inspiration in the often chaotic and unpredictable world of weddings is a challenge worth its weight in purple sapphires. I get to create something meaningful and magical for my clients, something you will love now as well as look back on in years to come… and smile, laugh and maybe even shed a few happy tears!
Please contact me if you are interested in having me photograph your wedding, I only take on a very limited number of weddings a year.
Natural wedding photography, capturing the heart and soul of your special day, making you fall in love all over again…
It's all about the people, the story and the legacy.