Meet our awesome team!
Meet our awesome team!
Our studio style has been carefully curated to allow our photographers and videographers to provide natural and timeless imagery which you'll cherish forever.
Since launch 10 years ago we've documented weddings all around the globe! Experiencing diverse cultures and couples from all backgrounds, we're excited to apply our skill and knowledge to your big day.
No need to stress. Throughout the entire process you'll be supported by one of our dedicated in-house wedding co-ordinators to ensure everything runs to plan.
BEST POSSIBLE EXPERIENCE
Although he’s away in Mexico, Ryan oversees all aspects of the business, planning for its future with the aim of bringing the ‘Ryan Welch experience’ to as many couples across the UK as possible. Ryan is not currently taking on bookings himself, handing the reins over to Geraint!
Geraint is on hand to manage every couple’s experience leading up to and after their big day. Any questions, queries, requests or advice needed will be handled by Geraint. From vendor recommendations to your final details consult, this champ will deal with it all.
Surrey born and bred, Miles mainly covers our English Weddings, but often ventures across the Prince of Wales bridge to say shwmae. When he’s not out photographing beautiful weddings, he’s on his bike enjoying the countryside.
For us the fun isn’t over once the wedding has been shot. Amy oversee’s all things post-wedding, ensuring the edits of the photographs maximise their potential and our album designs wow our couples. Interesting fact – Amy doesn’t take the wrapper off Starbursts before eating them. Remarkably, this doesn’t impact on her ability to kick butt at her job.
Everything I love about weddings is summarised in the speeches. Every speech I have listened to is very different but is always full of laughter, stories, tears and so full of sentiment. I find it impossible not to get wrapped up in the emotion of the day! Outside of weddings I look for any opportunity to get outdoors and explore the stunning Welsh landscape with my partner.
For me videography all started when I threw caution to the wind and turned a hobby I loved into a career I loved even more; I ran away to sea to work as a videographer on board cruise ships. This is where I first got to experience shooting my first wedding and, needless to say, I haven’t look back.
I’ve been working as a freelance videographer for several years now, and I always thought I’d like to get into filming weddings if the opportunity arose. When two friends of mine got married and asked me to film their special days, I jumped at the opportunity. I loved every minute of it and I haven’t looked back since!
The first dance, even though it can be one of the hardest parts to film because it’s often dark or under artificial lights, is definitely my favourite part of any wedding day. I just think it’s part of the day where the personality of my couples really shines through; in their song they choose, the way they dance, and how they interact with each other and their guest.