Joshua Wyborn Standing in Skye on cliff edge

About Me

I photograph people in love. It is actually that simple. It is also where my agenda starts and ends. Nothing more, nothing less. I adore photography and I am so blessed to do this as my full-time job, it is actually unreal!

I photograph that small smirk that sets off belly laughs in the ceremony. I photograph that longing look. I photograph the couple who dedicate their lives to each other. I photograph couples who adore each other. I photograph couples who are down to earth. I photograph people who believe in the best of people. I photograph the stories these couples have to tell, and I help them.

Each look, each kiss, each hand being held during the speeches. Each tear that falls, as emotions bubble over. I photograph it all. I document a lifetime of emotions in one day.

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Lesser Known Things About Me

I Love Music

I used to be a sound engineer, working alongside some huge names and a lot of stand up comics.

Also, I used to play bass guitar in bands. Sometimes I get to play bass now but not often as I would like. I'm working on doing that more…

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Fine Art Landscape of a branch in water long exposure

What happens when you mix a Fine Art landscape photographer, Street photographer and a BBC photojournalist into a wedding?

Well, you get me.

I started my love of photography by photographing the landscape around me. Norfolk is where I grew up and that was what a lot of my artwork was based upon. I used to create paintings based off my photos until I started to see my photos as art themselves. I also started walking about my nearby town with my camera in hand in the streets snapping away at people looking at buildings in new ways following the light as it falls down the high street.

I was addicted to the polar opposites of the world I lived in. The beautiful Fine Art Landscapes that people wanted on their walls and the chilling real-life depiction of street photography. I adored photographing real life as brutally honest as I could. Well, as honest as a 13-year-old could do.

I posted my photos on Myspace (remember that?) Bebo (what a time to be alive) and Flickr. From Flickr, I started making local connections to photographers and even started to create Pop up Art galleries in Norwich city centre where my landscapes were on show. It’s also where I first sold a print. That feeling will never leave me.

This grew over time and when I was 15 I took on my first paid commission for a motorbiker who travels all over the world. I commissioned me to photograph landscapes all along the Norfolk coast. It was then that I realised that I could just about be onto something.

At college, I studied fine art and my best results were in photography, which again was half of my work the other half was paintings. When it came to university, I chose Carlisle because of the incredible landscape.

While at uni I travelled around on my motorbike taking photos all the time every day. If I wasn’t out and about I was in the town centre taking thousands of photos of passers-by. In the 2009 Carlisle floods, I was asked by the BBC to document what was happening which was an amazing experience. I carried on to work with them for a few years on and off when something was happening up this way.

I adore photographing the real aspects of a wedding day in gorgeous ways. I have no issues showing how the day really is. The tears, the laughs, the crazy bridesmaid doing something undignified or everyone having shots. I just love that! I also love photographing stunning couple photographs full of adventure!

I think it’s the perfect mix, a true representation of your day plus some stunning couple portraits to go on your wall.

With all of this, I also have a love of music which was me learning the bass guitar. I was playing in pubs with my classmates from the age of 14 and while at university I really got into the “Sound Guy” aspect of it all. This saw me joining local crews, doing small tours, and working on incredible shows. In fact, most panel shows you watch with comedians… I’ve probably worked with them alongside some rather cool names at festivals.

Fine Art Landscape Print on Coniston fell of a lone tree