Robert Usher




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At Robert Usher Photography we strive to produce the finest in Wedding and Portrait Photography.

We are a husband and wife team and whether we are photographing your wedding or your portrait session, we aim to make you feeling relaxed and at ease.

Robert has over 30 years of experience and qualified for the Master Photographers Association in 1988.

Robert was awarded 1st prize 4 times in 5 years at the Annual British Institution of Professional Photography Awards for the ‘Best Wedding Photograph in the North East’.

In the 2011 competition, Robert also won top Portrait , Pictorial/ Illustrative categories.

He was also the North East Photographer of the year for 2nd years running in 2009/10 The 2010 judge said his images were – “a breath of fresh air”.

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Martin Hillary




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Martin Hillary Photography is an established business offering wedding and portrait photography to a wide variety of clients throughout Castleford, Wakefield, Pontefract, Leeds, Bradford and West Yorkshire. A qualified Master Photographer with the MPA and a distinction holder, Martin Hillary is one of the most sought after professional wedding photographers working today.
The business offers a tailored wedding photographic service to clients, which can be refined to suit the customer’s budget and individual requirements.

The company supplies bespoke wedding and portrait photography, including traditional and reportage styles. The product range is designed for a wide range of tastes and budgets.

Martin Hillary Photography is a professional husband and wife team with the photographer Martin qualified LMPA and RPS.

Martin Hillary Photography has an expanding customer base, based in the local area, including brides and grooms from all around West Yorkshire.

The company is managed by Martin Hillary who has been involved in the wedding photography business for many years. Martin Hillary is well trained to look after the company, having previously worked for a broad range of companies.

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Rahul Khona




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Hey, I’m Rahul Khona! I’m Amelia’s dad and Nahel’s husband. I’m a London based UK & Destination Wedding Photographer, and I absolutely love to travel the world taking photos of beautiful, unique weddings for amazing people.

If I could have a perfect week I’d play Football on the Monday, DJ on the Tuesday, Snowboard in the Alps on Wednesday, watch Man United win at Old Trafford on Thursday, listen to music all day Friday, capture a beautiful wedding on the Saturday and chill out with my amazing family all day Sunday. People talk about work/life balance but to me there is only life. And weddings are absolutely a part of my life that I love and am blessed to be able to do.

I’m able to see so much of the world thanks to being a wedding photographer and I absolutely love to travel. I’ve photographed weddings all over the UK, as well as destination weddings in Italy, Spain, India, the USA, Iceland and Mexico. I get to see more of the world thanks to wedding photography than I ever imagined in my previous life as a graphic designer.

I see myself as an artistic storyteller first and foremost. I use my camera to capture the story of your wedding – from your gorgeous bridal dress, the big hugs from your family, the kisses, the tears, the smiles. I’m incredibly passionate about the way I capture weddings – always looking for the little stories which weave together to make your wedding unique. Iconic moments of your life that you’ll forever look back on and remember how it felt to live your wedding day.

Your wedding… It’s not just a day. It’s a day that is here because it all started with that first date. It’s a day that celebrates the love that kindled and has grown between you. It’s a day that starts a new chapter which opens with the promise of a new beginning in the midst of the people who love you the most. And amongst all this, me and my camera. Quietly capturing and sealing those moments in little time capsules called photos.

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