Sugarbird Photography creates simply beautiful wedding and portrait photography across Yorkshire and Lancashire. Based in Halifax, West Yorkshire, James has been professionally shooting weddings andportraits for over 5 years. As an award winning photo-journalist, James delivers a beautiful visual diary of your wedding day in all its magic, spontaneity, detail and joy.
From professional headshots to dazzling wedding photos, all you need to do is be there while our professional photographer gets to work. Our highly skilled wedding photographer combines his naturaltalents with the latest technology. At o'ne_direction, we stay ahead of the game so that we can bring you photographs that will leave you speechless.
I first got into photography when I was 14 years old, after receiving a camera for my birthday. Initially it started out as a hobby, I enjoyed the way you could compose a scene and capture the sceneinstantly. My hobby eventually became a little more serious when later I enrolled on an Art and Design Course. After Art College I took a year out to travel around Europe. On returning I decided to continue photography as my chosen Career.
I'm Georgia, and I've been specialising in wedding photography for the past couple of years, after many years photographing families and children. It's a huge pleasure for me to be part of everywedding I photograph. The fact that you choose me to capture the moments that you'll be looking back on in years to come with your Grandkids is pretty amazing. My approach is very easy-going and relaxed, working around the schedule on your day with no pressure.
I have been working as a photographer since 2005, and in 2007 gained professional qualification in the form of a HND in Professional Photography. I have a large client base in Yorkshire and the restof the United Kingdom, which provides me with the opportunity to constantly hone my skills as a photographer. My work has frequently been published in newspapers, magazines and on TV and the internet.
In 1980 Andy's love for photography started in real earnest when he signed on to a photography & graphic design course at the local college. Over the next four years, Andy learnt how to fullyunderstand design, form and composition, what mattered and what made interesting and creative images. It took several years to truly understand that his camera was the eye with which Andy would express his creativity in real life situations.