• Recent Work

    Newton Hall Wedding Photography – Ellie & Ken Robin

    On Saturday we had the absolute pleasure of photographing  Ellie and Ken Robin’s wedding at Newton Hall. TheyView full post »

    PREVIEW – Steph & Paul’s Amazing Wedding Day

    These two were SMOKIN’ yesterday ‪#‎sorrynotsorry‬ But wow, seriously, what a day. Steph looked absolutelyView full post »

    PREVIEW – Fiona & Austin Got Wed!

    Here is a wee preview from Fiona & Austin’s big day yesterday. This was shot at their wedding receptionView full post »

    A Lytham St. Annes Sunset Pre-wedding Shoot – Tina & Warren

    What a treat we had this fine evening with good company and VERY good weather. That sunset! Tina and Warren drove upView full post »

    Eaves Hall Wedding Photography – Leanne & Rob’s Big Day!

    This year has been one huge learning curve. As a lot of you know, it is our first full on year as weddingView full post »

    PREVIEW – Holly & John Got Married :)

    A blummin’ gorgeous couple with the last drop of sunshine last night. Magical. HUGE congratulations Mr & MrsView full post »

    Avenham Park, Preston Pre-wedding Shoot – Sally & Jamie

    One summery evening a couple of weeks ago, we met up with Sally and Jamie at the beautiful Avenham Park in Preston. WeView full post »

    Rivington Pre-wedding Shoot – Kathryn & Howard

    What time should you have your pre-wedding shoot photographs taken I hear you ask? I think this set of photographsView full post »

  • We’re the Faircloughs, and we’re addicted to taking photographs!

    Hey! We are Katie and James, and we've been married since 2013. Our approach to wedding photography is relaxed, with no 'traditional' shots as in "you, stand there, smile!" That kind of wedding photography just makes everyone miserable (us included!) You certainly won't get the "oh, look at Auntie Nora having a good old belly laugh" or "Haha, bless Grandad snoozing in the chair" type of shots if you force people into an uncomfortable situation. We both work our asses off all day long; starting with the prep, we separate to spend the whole of the prep time with each of you. That way, nothing is missed. Another advantage of having a hubby and wife photography team is, for example, James will be at the front of the church photographing your hubby's last moments stood at the alter, waiting in anticipation for his wife-to-be, and Katie, stood outside the church entrance with you whilst you have a...moment, you have something in your eye! We bloody loved our wedding, all the emotion, laughter and (happy) tears that were involved and we decided we wanted to capture all of that and more for others.

    We are based in Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire but love to travel throughout the UK. This year we're photographing weddings in Cambridge, Scotland, Stafford, the Ribble Valley, Northumberland, the Lake District and Shropshire just to name a few. Yes, we get about!

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