Hey, I’m Matt Selby, a creative Nottingham Wedding Photographer. I capture weddings nationwide but mostly throughout Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire.
My style is a blend of unobtrusive candid photography with bold and creative bride & groom shots. I use the latest technological developments in digital photography and portable lighting systems. The result? Sharp and powerful imagery with added wow factor!
Are you’re looking for a creative photographer who puts 110% into capturing your special day? A photographer who supplies you with some of the best storybook albums on the market? If so, simply send me an email with your date and arrange a time to pop into the studio for a coffee & chat in more detail. But first, why not learn a little more about me & my style.
Nottingham Wedding Photographer
I’ve been a Nottingham wedding photographer for the past 8 years. Over those years I’ve become very familiar with many of the great Nottingham wedding venues including;
Belvoir Castle, Prestwold Hall, Norwood Park, Hazel Gap Barn, Thrumpton Hall, Swancar Farm, The Carriage Hall, Kelham House, The Old Vicarage, Colwick Hall, The Nottinghamshire, The Walled Gardens, & Wollaton Hall.
Derby Wedding Photographer
Being on the Nottingham/Derby boarder means I’m within easy reach of some great Derbyshire wedding venues.
Are you looking for a Wedding Photographer in Derby? Get in touch to find out more!
UK & Destination Wedding Photographer
Based in the Midlands means its never too far to reach all areas of the UK.
Over the years I’ve captured weddings in London, Manchester, Birmingham and even as far Budapest, Hungary.
If you’re planning a wedding abroad and would prefer a creative UK photographer do get in touch, I’m always happy to travel! I also have contacts and access to a family holiday home in Cyprus, a popular location for destination weddings.
P: 07855 036 209
E: [email protected]
3 Crown St, Hucknall,
Nottingham, NG15 7SW.
- Derby & Nottingham Wedding Photographer -
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