A Little About Rob and Andy
Two wedding photographers:
Two full time experienced professionals for the price of one!
Rob and Andy are the photographers that make up Embrace Photography and have a passion for capturing beautiful Wedding moments.
If you’re reading this, then you’re obviously serious about making the right decision at this point of your wedding planning, and quite right too.
A wedding photographer has a huge part to play on the wedding day itself but leaves behind a legacy which a couple and their family will hold dear for generations.
Needless to say, it’s an important thing to get right and a decision that needs some thought. There is a whole range of wedding photographers available at any one time, each with their own style and way of working, and, each with a different price.
When you book a wedding photographer, you’re not just buying some snaps from your wedding. You are investing your trust and money in a person who will research, empathise with, care for and craft a set of photographs that will be a part of your family legacy and history.
Your wedding is all about you, your family and your friends but here is a little about me.
I'm Rob, a professional photographer living in Suffolk with my wife Jo and two beautiful children Oliver and Emily.
During my career in photography working for the national newspapers I have been fortunate to cover many historic events from Royal Weddings through to Olympic Games and along the way received national press and sports photographer of the year awards.
I have also been presented with the Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society (LRPS).
My work has been published worldwide and I have also had over 200 of my images exhibited at British Photographic Exhibitions.
I’m passionate about making people happy through my photography. Over the years I’ve come to realise that the images that are most important to people are those which can really rekindle feelings and emotions.
I’m Andy and I live in the village of Belton, near in Norfolk with my wife Esther and 3 children.
Photography is something I have always had a passion for even from a young age, in fact I can't remember a time when I wasn't taking photographs.
Initially of course it was a hobby. However, over the years I started being asked more frequently to photograph people and events, which has naturally led me through to where I am today – still doing the photography I love, but now doing it for a living.
I find a real satisfaction in capturing special moments and then seeing the look of delight from the person concerned they see their photos.
I am also involved in taking photographs for exhibitions, as it definitely keeps you on your toes.
In my most recent public photography exhibition, I was judged to have taken the overall winning photograph - a great accomplishment against many other talented photographers.
I also jointly run photographic workshops, where I use my skills to help others become more competent with their cameras and produce better photographs.