Rock My Wedding Sponsor… Hannah Dornford-May

Today, we’re introducing our newest sponsor… Hannah Dornford-May

I started out as a music photographer and spent years in sweaty clubs documenting bands. Then I got asked to photograph a wedding…yikes (or so I thought)! I ended up falling in love with both weddings and wedding photography.

My music photography background quickly lent itself to my documentary style of covering weddings. I’m not about to make you stand with fixed smiles for hours while we get awkward group shots – I want to capture your day for you, as it happens.

I’m there to get those special moments – the look in your eyes as you see each other for the first time, your first married kiss and the the moment you take to the dancefloor together….or the way you giggled together as the best man forgot the words of his speech. All these moments, and many, many more, make up your day, unique to you both.

I’m based in Lancashire but am more than happy to travel further afield – UK or otherwise!

Special Offer for Rock My Wedding Readers

I’d love to offer Rock My Wedding readers a 10% discount on any wedding photography package booked before 31st March 2011. You just need to quote RMW when you get in touch!

Hannah Dornford-May is a Rock My Wedding Sponsor and this is a Sponsored Post.

Author: Becky Sappor
Becky is at her happiest when dunking a slightly chilled chocolate digestive into a very warm, very milky cup of tea. She also loves her job and pinches herself every day to make sure that she isn’t in a graphic design dreamworld.

5 thoughts on “Rock My Wedding Sponsor… Hannah Dornford-May

  1. Documentary style IS SO the way foreward. In wedding mags and photographers websites especially I often saw – when researching my photographer- very ‘fake’ shots (even worse than the awkward poses are the ‘fake movement’ ones with enforced ‘fun’, someone always looks really embarrassed). something to consider is that at a lovely wedding I attended recently, the photography (posed) took 3 hours and the venue started the meal without the B&G! No one SAW them all day! Yes, there were lovely still-lifes and bride-looking-wistful-in-soft focus – but, IMHO at the expense of their experience of the most important day of their lives.

    A documentary style with a few well chosed posed shots works wonderfully and everyone feels comfortable.

  2. Lovely photos, nice way to start a Friday! I like the mother with a tissue in church and the couple kissing with the poppies behind them the best.


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