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GARY SIMPSON PHOTOGRAPHY

What I return home with from every wedding, every weekend.

Documentary wedding is much more than capturing just a single image, it’s about a story, a memory. This blog is my diary, the place i keep all the memories. The laughter, tears & emotions that exist in every wedding and what makes each wedding unique.

Talbot Hotel Wedding – Malton

Talbot Hotel Wedding - Amy & Jonathan Amy & Jonathan were such a relaxed couple it what such a joy & pleasure to capture their Talbot Hotel wedding in Malton. Having a smallish but intimate wedding, Amy & Jonathan decided to opt for my Lite package....

Oulton Hall Wedding

Oulton Hall Wedding - Mandy & Sandy Originally scheduled for 2019 in Whitby, Mandy & Sandy had to bring their wedding forward due to some unforeseen circumstances. Oulton Hall was their chosen venue. It was to be a wedding full of beautiful moments and one i...

Bride & Groom Wedding Portraits

The Bride & Groom Session Capturing memorable images of the bride & groom is an integral part of any wedding day. It's also one of the most rewarding from my own point of view. This is the one time i get to spend a little part of the day with them and which...

Raithwaite Hall Wedding – Christina & Joel

"Thank you so much for documenting our special day. We absolutely love our photos and the clever shots you managed to take. We can't wait to see the album and show them off to our friends and family". Christina & Joel Christina & Joel's wedding at the...

Rushpool Hall Hotel Wedding – Krysia & Robert

Rushpool Hall Hotel Wedding   Great weddings and summer sun are great additions to any wedding but it's the people who make it special. From the moment i met Krysia & Robert i was looking forward to their big day. Rushpool Hall with its beautiful surroundings...

Wedding at York Pavilion Hotel

York Pavilion Wedding - Rachel & Daniel Rachel & Daniel contacted me the previous year about me possibly of me photographing their York Pavilion wedding. knowing they would be having their ceremony at this beautiful grade II listed building, and the ceremony...